The future of The Division is very exciting, as Ubisoft announced a month ago: announced a new free to play game, The Division Heartland; a new expansion for The Division 2; and a mobile game, as well as film and literature projects. However, none of this will be in the Ubisoft Forward presentation of E3 2021.
The official Twitter account of the game has confirmed it, encouraging us, yes, to connect to see the rest of the projects of the French company. What it does do is reconfirm that the new expansion of The Division 2 will come out at the end of 2021, so your ad shouldn’t take much longer.
Agents, We wanted to share with you some information regarding the upcoming #UbiForward.Stay tuned for future updates on the Tom Clancy’s The Division and don’t forget to sign-up for Heartland’s early test phases! >> https://t.co/CWcHgAesMX pic.twitter.com/vcy5GKUqlr
– The Division 2 (@TheDivisionGame) June 7, 2021
The Division games join Prince of Persia The Sands of Time remake as confirmed casualties for the broadcast this Saturday. Ubisoft Forward, which begins at 9:00 p.m. on June 12, will star Rainbow Six Extraction and Far Cry 6, although Ubisoft has promised other surprises.
Despite the absence of The Division, Tom Clancy’s branding could appear in another game, aside from Rainbow Six. And it is that a couple of days ago the one that seems to be leaked a new multiplayer game that shares elements of all the sagas that have been signed by the late writer: Ghost Recon, The Division and Splinter Cell. Its codename is BattleCat, and it would make sense for it to be one of the surprises at E3.
Remember to check here all dates for E3 events, which will start tomorrow … with the “rival”, Geoff Keighley’s Summer Game Fest Kickoff Live event. Remember that in 2021 Ubisoft distributed its announcements in two editions of Ubisoft Forward, one in July and one in September, so we may have another Ubi event in late summer.