The Division: Heartland will be a free-to-play game set in The Division, coming to intergenerational platforms for the Xbox One and Series X, the PlayStation 4 and 5, and the PC. We don’t know the exact release date, but it’s expected to be released later in 2021 or in the early parts of 2022. However, before any players interested in trying The Division: Heartland before the all-available platforms come out, they can sign up for the playtest.
Those who want to be the first in line to try The Division: Heartland, go to this site enter your name. You must have an Ubisoft account to continue. Once you have created an Ubisoft account, you will be able to choose from the five available platform options for testing the game when the tests are released. And that’s all you have to do. At Ubisoft, you don’t have to watch timers or notifications. You want to pay attention to the email attached to your Ubisoft account to make sure you catch it when you have the opportunity to try the game.
As for The Division: Heartland, there’s not much. The name suggests that the setting of the game will take place closer to the midwestern part of the United States, which differs from New York in The Division and Washington DC in The Division 2.