The Division hasn't received a major update in a while, but Ubisoft accidentally started the hype train for the next chapter of the series, Heartland. The title was briefly cited with a release date coming shortly, and the developer released the information shortly after.
The Division Heartland will be a free-to-play game and is currently in the works. The title was announced in May 2021 and has held a closed beta. Players will need to keep up with the latest information as the game's development progresses.
When a game goes free-to-play, it becomes more accessible. Generally, making it available on many platforms is the second step to ensuring it is accessible to as many people as possible.
What platforms will Division Heartland be on?
Heartland: The Division will be available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. Heartland will be free to play on all of its available platforms.
Ubisoft hasn't released any specifics on the games' cross-progression and cross-play compatibilities, although one of the program's star franchises, Siege, may be the next installment.
The two games will likely have the same online features, making it simpler for Ubisoft to add the cross-platform capabilities to its other games.