Ubisoft appear to have quietly confirmed a delay for upcoming free-to-play shooter Tom Clancy’s The Division: Heartland.
The game, announced back May of this year, was originally pencilled in for a vague 2021-2022 launch. However, as Video Games Chronicle report, Ubisoft mentioned the game with two others as now expected in the company’s next fiscal year during an earnings call last night. This means it could land anywhere between April 1, 2022 and March 31, 2023.
The other two games given that new window were Rockstar+ and the Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake. It’s worth noting that both games were previously delayed into 2022 already. The latter declared its delay back in June, while Rocksmith+‘s delay was announced to fans in September. However, we now can at least narrow down that neither game will arrive before April.
Fans of The Division series won’t need to wait that long for more action in the Tom Clancy-verse, however. It was confirmed earlier this week that The Division 2 will get its promised major update in February. It’ll include a new game mode and more, with a reveal for the new content coming in January.
Tom Clancy’s The Division: Heartland is in development for Xbox, PlayStation and PC.