Industry insider Jeff Grubb stirred up rumors earlier at the moment when he recommended Ubisoft was engaged on a battle royale model of Tom Clancy’s The Division that was meant to be a standalone game. However, gamers are theorizing that he would possibly simply have been describing The Division Heartland, a standalone game that can embody a battle royale kind of PvEvP mode known as Storm.

The chance of one other The Division game

The Division Heartland

As nicely as The Division 2, which continues to obtain extra content material, there may be already two extra The Division video games in growth. The first is the aforementioned The Division Heartland, which is an open-world survival motion shooter with two modes which have been leaked: a PvE mode known as Expedition and a PvEvP mode known as Storm. Both modes featured “scavenging, exploring, looting, fighting and surviving, all while avoiding the most aggressive and unpredictable virus contamination The Division has ever seen.” The second game is the recently-revealed The Division Resurgence, a free-to-play shooter game on cellular.

Grubb talked about the battle royale game throughout his latest GM Decides podcast (thanks Reddit), however the probability of Ubisoft growing a fourth game within the franchise is definitely slim. Just yesterday, the corporate canceled the Ghost Recon Frontlines battle royale game amidst claims they have been putting extra concentrate on their “biggest development opportunities.” Reports additionally surfaced that they had instructed their growth groups to chop again on expenditure as a lot as doable because the writer seemingly struggles to search out one other mega hit. Oversaturating a single franchise wouldn’t be an enormous growth alternative, and it actually wouldn’t end in one other mega hit.

In different information, the “smaller unannounced premium game” that was delayed alongside Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora yesterday is reportedly Assassin’s Creed Rift. Elsewhere, it seems among the Skull and Bones builders reportedly aren’t too confident over the standard of their game.