Ubisoft’s The Division Heartland Details Revealed in New Report

Tom Clancy’s The Division: Heartland hasn’t been in the spotlight much, and that’s because we haven’t heard anything about it.

The latest news we got came from a leak almost a year ago. However, now we’ve got our first confirmation of some of the details that have been leaked before, as well as some new details as well.

The report comes from the website xfire and well-known leaker Tom Hendersonwho confirms that? Hartland will consist of two modes, namely Storm and Excursion. It was previously believed that the latter of the two was called Expedition.

Excursion is a PvE mode, while the main draw of Hartland is the PvEvP mode, Storm. According to the report, Excursion is similar to a tutorial mode for Storm.

A chance to fight AI and get to know the map, Silver Creek. Something you should definitely do given the changes in the classic Battle Royale gameplay.

One of those changes is that the poisonous gas that normally comes in from outside can appear randomly anywhere on the map.

So it’s good to know where to go if you’re in a tight spot. There will be tiered loot to collect while exploring Silver Creek as your goal is to survive, loot and extract.

Your weekly missions or challenges are called “projects”, which you can enable in your Base Of Operations. You can also make upgrades and prepare yourself to go back to Silver Creek.

There are four different specific preparation items that can give you a good advantage on each map. “Insert point”, which does what it sounds like, because you can choose where you land.

Stash Box, an item in which you can store additional consumables and materials. Buff Tower and Extractor Pod have no description for them, but the latter at least seems obvious.

The report also detailed the differences between characters and classes, and the classes themselves.

Characters are distinguished only by their appearance, while for you it is really important to choose which class you choose.

Weapon Expert, Medic, and Survivalist are the three classes to choose from.

The weapons expert gets a sort of wall hack by marking enemies they’ve damaged for five seconds. Additionally, your armor kits will heal nearby teammates as well as your own.

Medics do the same with health kits, and their special ability is having a regenerative health bar.

Finally, Survivalists can point out spots that haven’t been looted while crouching, and is perfect for grabbing that crucial piece of loot.

There is still no official release date on Tom Clancy’s Division: Heartland, although we heard last October, we can expect it to come March 2023.

Source – [xfire]