There is also a new mobile game coming in The Division universe.
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Ubisoft and Red Storm Entertainment just provided a little update on what is going on with the whole Tom Clancy's The Division universe. Today's announcement includes word that work is still continuing on The Division 2 at Ubisoft Massive. Beyond that, there are already plans for what lies ahead for the future of the franchise.

This future seems to include something called The Division Heartland, which will be a free-to-play game set in the same game universe. Heartland will be a standalone title that does not require any experience with the previous titles but "will provide an all new perspective on the universe in a new setting."

Ubisoft expects that The Division Heartland will be released somewhere around late 2021-22 on PC, consoles, and cloud streaming platforms.

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In addition to Heartland, Ubisoft says that they are bringing The Division to mobile platforms. Much like the case is with Heartland, it seems as though additional details on this mobile experience will be revealed at a later date.

There also seems to be a new novel and even a Netflix film coming for The Division.

And if that’s not enough, we also have The Division film in development with Netflix thanks to Ubisoft Film & Television. Inspired by the events of the original game, the film will star Jessica Chastain and Jake Gyllenhaal, and we recently announced that Rawson Marshall Thurber is at the helm as director.

This film also marks the first big step in a broader plan to expand The Division universe’s transmedia offerings. With that in mind, we’re revealing an original novel coming from our publishing partners at Aconyte. This new story is set after the events of The Division 2 and explores how the Outbreak affects different regions of the United States as agents fight to secure supply routes.