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The Division Resurgence: release date speculation, news, and rumors - digitaltrends.com
digitaltrends.com
24.05.2024 / 00:03

The Division Resurgence: release date speculation, news, and rumors

With news that The Division 3 is in development, it’s understandable that some fans of Ubisoft’s third-person shooter franchise may have overlooked an upcoming spinoff that’s set to launch sometime this year. The Division Resurgence is a free-to-play mobile entry in the series that will bring all of the same thrills and kills to a much smaller screen. While you’re waiting for this next outing (and all of the loot waiting within), take a look at what we know so far about The Division Resurgence.

MultiVersus – Jason Voorhees Gameplay Trailer Pays Homage to Friday the 13th - gamingbolt.com
gamingbolt.com
23.05.2024 / 17:11

MultiVersus – Jason Voorhees Gameplay Trailer Pays Homage to Friday the 13th

MultiVersus is out next week, but Player First Games continues to unleash new information, starting with the launch trailer confirming the inclusion of Jason Voorhees as a playable character. The iconic horror movie villain has received a new trailer to showcase his moves, and it’s presented in typical Friday the 13th fashion. Check it out below.

MultiVersus’ Batman is still Kevin Conroy ‘for the foreseeable future’ - polygon.com - county Wayne
polygon.com
23.05.2024 / 13:29

MultiVersus’ Batman is still Kevin Conroy ‘for the foreseeable future’

Earlier this month, MultiVersus developer Player First Games announced a new PvE mode for its fighting game. That mode, called Rifts, will feature unique battle scenarios and minigames, as well as cinematics and story elements, the developer says. It will be updated seasonally with new content.

The Division 3: release date speculation, news, and rumors - digitaltrends.com
digitaltrends.com
18.05.2024 / 16:49

The Division 3: release date speculation, news, and rumors

For many fans of looter-shooters, it’s hard to find a series quite as compelling as The Division. With two successful games in the franchise already under its belt, Ubisoft is clearly aware that it’s a meaningful part of its ever-expanding catalog, so it’s unsurprising that it’s hard at work on a third entry. With the advent of newer hardware and a heap of lessons learned from the first two games, The Division 3 is all but certain to land with a bang and further cement the franchise as one of Ubisoft’s most beloved.

The Division Heartland has been canceled as Ubisoft moves to focus resources on "bigger opportunities" - techradar.com - Taiwan - Japan
techradar.com
17.05.2024 / 00:41

The Division Heartland has been canceled as Ubisoft moves to focus resources on "bigger opportunities"

Ubisoft has canceled its free-to-play survival shooter Tom Clancy's The Division Heartland, three years after it's reveal.

Ubisoft Cancels Free-to-Play Shooter The Division Heartland | Push Square - pushsquare.com - France
pushsquare.com
17.05.2024 / 00:32

Ubisoft Cancels Free-to-Play Shooter The Division Heartland | Push Square

In a bid to redeploy «resources to bigger opportunities such as XDefiant and Rainbow Six», Ubisoft has today announced the cancellation of its free-to-play spin-off of The Division series, The Division Heartland. The move arrives as part of a bigger restructuring within the French publisher that's geared towards focusing on fewer but bigger games, such as the newly revealed Assassin's Creed Shadows.

Ubisoft quietly cancel The Division Heartland - rockpapershotgun.com
rockpapershotgun.com
16.05.2024 / 08:59

Ubisoft quietly cancel The Division Heartland

As Ubisoft revealed Assassin's Creed Shadows they also released their earnings report for the financial year 2023-2024. Buried among the chatter of "profitable growth trajectories" and "B2B partnerships" was a brief note about looter shooter The Division Heartland. "Ubisoft has decided to stop development on The Division Heartland," it reads, "and has redeployed resources to bigger opportunities such as XDefiant and Rainbow Six." Ah, so this is the games industry equivalent of being summarily dumped by text.

The Division Heartland Has Been Canceled, Ubisoft to Reinvest in XDefiant and Rainbow Six - wccftech.com - Taiwan
wccftech.com
15.05.2024 / 21:45

The Division Heartland Has Been Canceled, Ubisoft to Reinvest in XDefiant and Rainbow Six

Today, in the middle of its full-year financial report, Ubisoft announced that the free-to-play game Tom Clancy's The Division Heartland has been canceled. The publisher will reinvest in XDefiant and Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six instead. Here's the full quote:

Ubisoft's planned free-to-play Division game is dead - engadget.com
engadget.com
15.05.2024 / 21:17

Ubisoft's planned free-to-play Division game is dead

Just over three years ago, Ubisoft announced The Division Heartland, a free-to-play entry in its survival-action shooter series. At the time, it suggested that Heartland would arrive later in 2021 or in 2022, but that never happened. In fact, Heartland isn't coming out at all.

The Division Heartland Has Been Cancelled - gamingbolt.com - Taiwan
gamingbolt.com
15.05.2024 / 20:43

The Division Heartland Has Been Cancelled

Amid all the news and details about Assassin’s Creed Shadows, Ubisoft revealed that it’s stopped development on The Division Heartland. Its full-year 2023/2024 earnings report stated that resources were “redeployed” for “bigger opportunities” like XDefiant andRainbow Six.

The Division Heartland cancelled by Ubisoft - thesixthaxis.com - Usa - Washington - New York - city New York - city Washington
thesixthaxis.com
15.05.2024 / 20:07

The Division Heartland cancelled by Ubisoft

The Division Heartland has been cancelled by Ubisoft, with the publisher confirming the news in a statement to IGN. The major reason for the cancellation is that Ubisoft will be redeploying its resources to focus on other projects like xDefiant and Rainbow Six. The team at Red Storm Entertainment, the developers of The Division Heartland, will be redeployed to the other projects.

Ubisoft cancels The Division Heartland, the latest AAA free-to-play game casualty - polygon.com
polygon.com
15.05.2024 / 19:57

Ubisoft cancels The Division Heartland, the latest AAA free-to-play game casualty

Ubisoft has ended development of The Division Heartland, the free-to-play game set in the universe of Tom Clancy’s The Division, the company announced Wednesday. The game was announced in 2021. The publisher said it will divert resources elsewhere, specifically to XDefiant and the Rainbow Six franchise.

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