Tom Clancy’s The Division Heartland is a free-to-play survival multiplayer shooter game developed by Red Storm Entertainment and published by Ubisoft. So far, Ubisoft has not given us any definitive release date for the game, but Ubisoft did say that it can be expected between 2022 and 2023.
The hype for the new iteration in Tom Clancy’s The Division franchise is getting more significant daily, and fans expect a release date soon. Now, today a reliable leaker shared some gameplay images (Imgur) of the game;
Division Heartland leak
Note for Ubisoft people
Didn't signed any NDA ✌️😘 pic.twitter.com/hgOwQrY3sP
— Shaun Weber (@just4leaks2) October 5, 2022
Tom Clancy’s The Division Heartland will be based on the rural American Midwest, which you can see from the images in the above tweet. These leaks show The daytime/nighttime Exfil modes, the whole map, and certain places within the game. Everything in the leaks looks good and is maintaining the hype, but there will be some improvements in the game’s original gameplay.
The new game was initially developed exclusively for next-generation consoles. Still, after the game was made public, Ubisoft revealed that the other platforms were not ruled out.
As for the PC platform, the developers of The Division said that a PC version will be made if there is a demand for it. The developers said that PC gamers should go ahead and ‘sign petitions, get on the forums, and post their requests. Those interested can sign up for the petition here.
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