Ubisoft has announced that it will be hosting a stream tomorrow (Thursday, April 20) to show off the ‘past, present and future’ of The Division series.
Taking to Twitter, Ubisoft told Division fans to clear their calendars for Division Day, announcing a stream that will feature The Division 2‘s new descent mode and details of its year five roadmap, as well as an update on The Division Resurgence project, and a gameplay preview of The Division Heartland.
The presentation, available to view on Ubisoft’s Twitch and YouTube channels, starts at 11am PDT / 2pm EDT / 7pm GMT / 8pm CEST.
Clear your calendar for April 20th because we're about to take you on a journey through the past, present, and future of The Division Franchise! #DivisionDay
📍Where: https://t.co/AgLpHuxLaQ & https://t.co/p1fQLf3lr6
🕔When: 11AM PDT/ 8PM CEST/ 2PM EDT pic.twitter.com/VJegCzicxv
— Tom Clancy's The Division (@TheDivisionGame) April 18, 2023
Billed as “the first high-end AAA mobile looter shooter experience for Android and iOS devices”, The Division Resurgence is a free-to-play, open-world PVE mobile title, with a campaign playable either in solo or co-op. Ubisoft has confirmed that Division Resurgence, which was announced last July, will launch at some point in the current fiscal year – which means before March 31, 2024.
Meanwhile, The Division Heartland is a free-to-play game announced in May 2021, for PC, PlayStation and Xbox that takes the action of The Division from the streets of Washington DC to the American Midwest, and sees players take on the role of new playable characters as they fight to restore order in the fictionalised rural town of Silver Creek.
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