The Division: The saga is growing with two free-to-play games, Heartland and Resurgence

The Division: The saga is growing with two free-to-play games, Heartland and Resurgence

The Division: The saga is growing with two free-to-play games, Heartland and Resurgence

Game news The Division: The saga is growing with two free-to-play games, Heartland and Resurgence

The Division saga comes out of Ubisoft Forward in better shape than ever with two free-to-play games, one on PC and console and another on mobile.

Two The Division games on the schedule and let’s start with Heartland!

The Division: The saga is growing with two free-to-play games, Heartland and Resurgence

It’s not just the Assassin’s Creed license that gets a good taste of upcoming projects, but the Division franchise as well. Yes, if Ubisoft Forward focused for a few seconds on the arrival of a Season 10, but also of a Season 11 in The Division 2, the long conference also revealed more details on two other games in the saga, namely Heartland and Resurgence, two free-to-play productions.

The first, The Division Heartland, is a third-person multiplayer shooter. And unlike previous chapters that offered to visit gigantic metropolises like New York and Washington DC, this new adventure takes place in a small US town, Silver Creek.

In The Division Heartland, players will play as loyal Division agents across the country responding to a call for help. Fighting alongside or against other trained Division agents, players will explore the secrets of Silver Creek and bring hope to what remains of this small American town. Ubisoft

The whole thing doesn’t actually have a release date, but note that we’re still entitled to a 2022/2023 wave, in other words it’s going to happen quickly. It is expected on PC, console and cloud (Stadia / Luna).

If you are interested, you can register for future closed tests to try the game before its launch by clicking on this link.

Risorgimento in the square

Let’s continue with the second which, you understand, is The Division Resurgence (the trailer available above). Also free-to-play, this proposition is aimed primarily at gamers who play on iOS and Android.

Strongly inspired by previous opus released on PC and consoles, Resurgence offers players the opportunity to participate in intense battles in the Dark Zone, a PvEvP mode that will however include new ideas such as unique dangerous enemies and lots of material and equipment to recover. There is also a full player versus player mode called Conflict in the game.

As with Heartland, it is now possible to register for the closed beta of the game by going directly to Google Play.

Last July, The Division Resurgence went through a successful closed alpha during which players enjoyed its graphics, gameplay, and open world. Players who have not participated in the Closed Alpha now have the opportunity to play the Closed Beta which takes place this fall.

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