The Division Heartland, the free to play of the Ubisoft saga, is delayed to fiscal year 2022-2023


Ubisoft announces the Division Heartland as free to play, mobile game and movie on Netflix

Fans of The Division will have to wait a little longer to enjoy its next installment. And it is that Ubisoft has confirmed the delay of the expected The Division Heartland, free to play of the saga.

Announced a few months ago, the future of this spin-off of The Division is uncertain. Ubisoft currently working on Assassin’s Creed Infinity, and also yesterday they confirmed the delay of the remake of Prince of Persia The Sands of Time.

After offering a very good game with The Division 2 and its expansions, Ubisoft’s plans for its IP go through a model of ”play as a service with Heartland, for PC, consoles and Stadia.

The initial idea was to launch The Division Heartland in the next few months (before March 31, 2022), but finally we will have to wait until the next fiscal year 2022-2023.

What does this mean? Well, the Division Heartland will hit stores between next April 1, 2022 and March 31, 2023. Most likely, we will have to wait almost a year.

Regrettably, we have seen almost nothing of this heartland. Beyond its initial teaser and some videos leaked months ago, Ubisoft has not commented on it.

This was confirmed yesterday, in the latest Ubisoft revenue report, that VGC reported. This report also indicated that Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is the second most profitable game from the French company.

Do not forget that The Division Heartland is the main gear of the future of IP. In addition to this free to play, Ubisoft will launch a mobile game, a Netflix movie, new The Division 2 expansions and even a novel.

In principle, The Division Heartland will be a free to play for PlayStation, Xbox, PC and Stadia, the same cut as the future Tom Clancy’s XDefiant.

It has been confirmed: The Division Heartland will not arrive in the first half of 2022, and we will have to wait for the next fiscal year 2022-2023 to enjoy it. What do you expect from this new delivery “as a service”?


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