Ubisoft has officially announced split back, a free-to-play mobile game I hinted at was in the works last year. The The company says It will be a third-person shooter RPG in an open world like the main games, with single player and co-op modes that allow players to take on the environment in story missions and other PvE activities.
back It will take place in the same world as to divide And the Section 2 He did, though Ubisoft says its story will be “independent” of the original, offering a “unique perspective on key story events” as well as new characters and weapons. though, trailer The company released back reminds me of Many From 2014 original promotional movie. It has a lot of the same hits and similar shots, although it does mask the heart-wrenching story of a family consumed by disease (which, you know, is a good thing).
Ubisoft hasn’t said when the game will be released, though the trailer says it’ll hit Android and iOS devices “soon.” Meanwhile, the company Planning to run a closed alpha file Selected players will be able to test the game after signing a non-disclosure agreement.
Ubisoft has also said it is working on another free-to-play game at to divide String called Heartland. Leaked details Make it look like Heartland It will be a battle royale game similar to Apex Legends or fortnite. This game will be on “PC, consoles, and the cloud,” according to Ubisoft’s May 2021 announcement, but it’s understandable why the company would also want to make a mobile entry for the franchise. Mobile-based gaming is a huge business, and competitors like EA and Activision Blizzard are investing heavily in major releases meant for mobile platforms.
As we’ve seen with games like Immortal DiabloDespite this, space can sometimes have trouble with predatory business models. Ubisoft has not released details about the types of microtransactions back He will – if he will get it at all. Its press release mentions “Collect and upgrade equipment” as well as “unique specialty weapons and gadgets” that you can switch during gameplay, which are meant to add some strategy and allow players to “find the best co-op with fellow Division Agents.” (Who doesn’t play games?) for that nice feeling of togetherness with friends?) It seems possible that the system could come with some extra cargo; Mobile games often use upgrades and gear as an opportunity to charge users and originals Division Included precise conveying system for cosmetics and leather.
Ubisoft did not respond to the edgeTo comment on whether back It will include any integration with its Quartz NFT platform or any blockchain component. The company said earlier this year that it will have more to share on Quartz in the future, though it also emphasized that not every game it’s working on will feature NFTs.