Division Heartland has been cancelled.


    Ubisoft has canceled The Division Heartland. First announced in 2021, the game was a free-to-play spin-off of The Division franchise developed by Red Storm Studios.

    Ubisoft revealed the cancellation in a Income reportBy describing

    “As part of Ubisoft’s efforts to streamline its operations and adapt to growing market trends, there has been further restructuring within the global publishing teams, both in the APAC region, across three engagement centers. Additionally, in line with their increasing investment choices, Ubisoft has decided to halt development on The Division Heartland and re-focus resources on larger opportunities like XDefiant and Rainbow Six. What is posted?

    Division Heartland has been quiet for some time after its revelation, including delays. It eventually resurfaced with closed beta tests, but the scant updates about its existence led to doubt and confusion among fans. The game was billed as a PvEvP survival action experience with players controlling a Division agent tasked with protecting a small town from enemy factions and chemical contamination.

    Despite the cancellation, we know it doesn’t mean the end of the franchise. Ubisoft announced The Division 3 last September, with the return of series creator Massive Entertainment at the helm. This game currently has no release window.

    Heartland joins a growing graveyard of canceled Ubisoft projects over the past few years. In January 2023, the publisher canceled its upcoming team-based arena battler Project Q and three other games in development. In 2022, Battle Royale Ghost Recon Frontline, Splinter Cell VR, and two unannounced games were also dropped. Immortals was also an unannounced sequel to Fenix ​​Rising. Allegedly terminated Last July.


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