Free-to-play title The Division: Heartland may be released soon
The Division: Heartland, a free-to-play spin-off in Ubisoft's shooter franchise, has been rated in Taiwan, indicating that it will be coming out soon.
According to the ratings board, the PvPvE title was given a PG-15 rating in Taiwan on November 14 due to "violence, inappropriate language, and anti-society" plot content across all platforms.
Leaker @Kurakasis states that games are typically rated around two months prior to some form of release or beta, so we can expect Heartland to arrive in early 2024.
Heartland was announced in 2021 as a free-to-play release for last and current-generation consoles and PCs and was originally scheduled to be released in 2022 before Ubisoft went silent on the project's status. The game will move the franchise away from the city and into a more rural setting, where players must take down rival agents and AI enemies.
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