The Division

is one of the few successful franchises at Ubisoft.

The French publisher does not intend to let the breath fall after the release of

The Division 2


And for good reason since his series now has more than 40 million active players.

The publisher intends to develop the universe of

The Division

through numerous transmedia projects.

He announces by the post of a press release the entry into production of several DLC for

The Division 2

, with the introduction in particular of a new game mode.

The publisher has also entrusted the RedStorm studio with the development of a free-to-play multiplayer spin-off, most likely focused on the competitive.

The Division Heartland

is expected on PC, consoles and cloud gaming platforms in 2021 or 2022.

A mobile game, a movie and a novel

In parallel, we also learn that Ubisoft intends to decline its series on mobile, with a game probably free to play too, which will surf on the success of

PUBG Mobile


Call of Duty Mobile


Finally, Ubisoft is also focusing on fiction with the film expected on Netflix, which will feature actor Jake Gyllenhaal, and a new novel, which will take place after the events of

The Division 2


“We are very proud of what our teams have accomplished with this franchise and of the incredible universe they have created.

The potential and richness of the game allow us to explore and imagine exciting new content that will appeal to fans of

The Division

from the beginning as well as the uninitiated, ”explains Alain Corre, Executive Director at Ubisoft.


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