These plans do not include The Division 3 at this time, but Ubisoft is happy enough with the privilege to verify the development of two new games. The first is the free-to-play title Heartland division Which will be released on computers, controllers, and cloud platforms during the 2021/2022 fiscal year. The game’s development is guaranteed by Red Storm Entertainment, a studio that has been historically associated with Tom Clancy games since its inception in the 1990s and who has also co-produced. division And the Section 2. It is already possible Sign Up To get a chance to test the game early.
Ubisoft also confirms that division It is under development on a mobile phone to attract more players to its world, but there are no details available yet on this project. One thing is for sure, which is that expanding the franchise’s reach with a free game and a mobile game reminds us of the strategy that has been successfully adopted by some well-known franchises and becomes even more massive as a result.
Busy on Avatar and Star Wars licenses, Ubisoft Massive doesn’t end with either. Section 2 Who can expect a new update available at the end of the year. Developed with the support of Ubisoft Bucharest, this update will introduce a completely new game mode as well as new ways to improve its customers’ level, with special attention given to versatility and validity. Builds.
On the transmedia side, we already learned that The Division movie based on the events of the first game will be released on Netflix with Jessica Chastain and Jake Gyllenhaal in the lead roles as well as Rawson Marshall Thurber in the direction. This film will be supplemented by the release of a novel published by Aconite, whose story is set in the United States after events Section 2 And tell us about customers fighting to secure supply routes as Green Poison continues to grow.
“Over the past five years, The Division has grown from a very ambitious project within Ubisoft to a global franchise that now boasts 40 million players. We are very proud of what our teams have accomplished with this franchise and the amazing universe it has created. The potential and richness of the game allow us to explore and imagine new and exciting content that attracts fans. The first hour is for startersAlan Curry, CEO of Ubisoft EMEA said.
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