Ubisoft will be releasing a stand-alone, non-playing game on its Tom Clancy Division game called Section of Heartland. Although it did not say much, it said Red Storm Entertainment, the studio’s author Tom Clancy, founded in 1996, is making Heart. The company will launch gameon, PC and cloud consoles sometime in 2021 or 2022.
Newcomers will not need to play two previous games in the series to join the title, according to Ubisoft. Tom Clancy’s Section and The program of Section 2 threw players in fictional forms of New York City and Washington DC was devastated by viral epidemics. Ubisoft says Heart “will give a new perspective on the environment in a new way.” Meanwhile, the company has unveiled billboards for try the game is about to be released.
Heart is just one of several features related to the Session that come from the publisher. It also applies to new features of Section 2, a Netflix video The title of Jessica Chastain and Jake Gyllenhaal is a spinoff book. Fans can also look forward to phone games, with more to come “in the future.”
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