Tom Clancy’s The Division Heartland: The Free-To-Play Game Shows Itself Again [VIDEO]

This time, the cinematic introduction and the developers are shown from the game, which adopts a different business model from the previous two episodes.


Tom Clancy’s The Division Heartland won’t be a pay-to-play game (the first two episodes had such an entry fee) and will instead be sustained by tons of microtransactions. The overview says, “a free-to-play, player-versus-environment-versus-player focused, survival-action shooter set in the mysterious rural town of Silver Creek. Explore and complete missions by day. By night, take on the dynamically moving contamination, enemy factions, and player squads.

What’s happening in Silver Creek? Uncover the mystery before a new breed of poison spreads everywhere. Follow the expanding story to discover why this once-peaceful town has become the center of a violent conflict between a group of dangerous rogue Division agents and an aggressive band of nomadic survivors. But the AI factions and other player squads aren’t the only danger… In a single play session, experience both the challenge and exploration of daytime and the thrill and intensity of nightfall. During the day, explore and complete critical objectives, scavenge for materials and supplies, and face off against dangerous enemies. The stakes heighten when day turns to night and new enemies appear. Avoid the increasingly volatile contamination, fight through rogue NPCs, and take on newly hostile players.

Risk your arsenal and supplies every time you venture out into Silver Creek. Keep moving to survive enemy conflict, dehydration, and the lethal contamination that’s overtaken the town. Tackle various goals while building your armory at your Base of Operations (BOO). Each successful operation allows you to complete more missions and unlock unique abilities, new map areas, and crucial functions at your base. Die before you extract… and come back empty-handed.

Venture into Silver Creek alone or with your squad with cross-play and cross-progression on all platforms, forming powerful team tactics. Customize your agents’ skills, outfits, and go bag. Unlock story elements and level up through multiple upgrade paths. Over time, Heartland will expand to introduce new gameplay, agents, stories, challenges, and areas of the map to explore. The virus moves differently here, unpredictably, almost with a mind of its own. Though extremely dangerous, you can use the contamination to your advantage. Risk vital seconds inside the cloud to grab precious loot gear and items left behind by other players. Just make sure you have ample filters to survive. If the virus sickness sets in, return to base before it kills you.”

You can register for closed beta tests of Tom Clancy’s The Division Heartland on the game’s website; it’s coming to PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Source: Gematsu

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