Ubisoft Releases Cinematic Intro and Deep Dive for The Division Heartland, a New F2P PvEvP Survival-Action Shooter from Red Storm Entertainment

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Ubisoft has shared the cinematic intro and a developer deep dive for Tom Clancy’s The Division Heartland, a new free-to-play, PvEvP survival-action shooter set in the world that Massive Entertainment introduced in its original 2016 game that saw special agents of the Strategic Homeland Division band together to combat criminal activity and investigate a viral outbreak in New York City. The cinematic intro can confirm that the latest Division game will be set in a new, rural location called Silver Creek, while the deep dive, which clocks in at six minutes, offers plenty of new gameplay footage, including a peek at the map and the classes that players will be able to choose from (e.g., Weapons Expert and Medic). The Division Heartland is developed by Red Storm Entertainment, the legendary studio behind the original Rainbow Six (1998).

From a Ubisoft post:

Today, Ubisoft hosted Division Day, a special event where the creative team behind The Division franchise gave a sneak peek at everything that’s coming soon. The Division 2 team revealed their Year 5 roadmap and Season One: Broken Wings; The Division Heartland made its cinematic debut; The Division Resurgence announced a new testing phase; and several other projects including an upcoming Webtoon and first look at unique action figures were revealed.

The Division Heartland, the upcoming free-to-play PvEvP, survival-action shooter, made its cinematic debut during the Division Day showcase, showing off the town of Silver Creek, teasing the enemy factions and mysterious virus players will face. The Division Heartland will go into Closed Beta later this year; if you want to be part of it, head over to thedivisionheartland.com to register for a chance to participate, as well as receive five friend invites.

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