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Dear The Division fans, we have some unfortunate news. Ubisoft has decided to postpone the launch of The Division Resurgence to next year. The App Store listing now shows a release date of March 31.
It’s important to note that App Store release dates are not always accurate. If I were to guess, Ubisoft probably chose this release date because it falls at the end of Q1, which is the timeframe they are aiming for.
So, take that date with a grain of salt. It’s possible that the game may arrive earlier, but March 31 is likely the latest it will be released. Or perhaps it will be even later. Who knows?
What’s This About a Public Beta?
However, there is some good news. Although the game won’t launch this year as originally expected, you will have the opportunity to play it before the end of 2023.
Ubisoft plans to conduct another play test during the autumn or fall season, which spans from October to December. This play test is set to be the largest one yet.
We don’t have specific information about the territories where the play test will take place, but Ubisoft does mention the United States specifically. Additionally, the wording suggests that participants from the first play test may also be able to participate in the new one.
Are There Any New Features?
Ubisoft has also revealed several improvements that will be included in the new play test. These enhancements include a revamped tutorial, faster progression, and improved loot.
Furthermore, there is a new Armory system that helps you keep track of your collected gear, as well as a fast travel feature that allows for quicker movement.
What’s The Division Resurgence?
For those who may not be aware, The Division Resurgence is a mobile version of Ubisoft’s MMORPG series. It is set in a post-apocalyptic future and focuses on cover shooting gameplay.
This is the series’ first entry on mobile, and it appears to be one of the most ambitious mobile releases to date. If you have played The Division or its sequel before, Resurgence looks like a fully-fledged installment.
Source: Droid Gamers