We haven’t heard anything yet about the free-to-play PvPvE shooter Tom Clancy’s The Division: Heartland from American developer Red Storm Entertainment. end of Augustbut it seems that publication is just a stone’s throw away.
How noticed user
In Taiwan, The Division: Heartland received a “15+” rating on all target platforms – for the presence of violence, obscene language and “antisocial” Moods.
The awarding of an age rating for The Division: Heartland in Taiwan is notable in that the commission generally assigns it shortly (at most three months) before release – although there are exceptions.
The Division: Heartland was announced in May 2021 and was set to release in 2021-2022, but the release was subsequently pushed back to 2022-2023. Now it looks like the premiere is planned for early 2024.
The Division: Heartland users must defend the American city of Silver Creek from other players, enemy factions and a deadly virus as a Resistance agent.
Ubisoft positions The Division: Heartland as a link between The Division and The Division 2. The project is being created for PC (Ubisoft Connect), PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S.