Ubisoft recently revealed that it’s gearing up for a Division game that will deliver a third-person shooter experience on mobile. It’s obviously a decision made to compete with mobile titles such as Apex Legends, Call of Duty Mobile, and BGMI. However, unlike three of those games, the Division Mobile game, which will be called “Division Resurgence,” will offer a similar open-world experience to some of its PC titles. Now, Ubisoft is accepting signups for the game’s Closed Alpha program so players can experience the game sooner. Read also – Skull and Bones will finally be released in November, will offer a different experience
Start of registrations for The Division Resurgence
Ubisoft is now taking registrations for Tom Clancy’s The Division Resurgence. The mobile game will be available on Android and iOS platforms and the release is scheduled for next year. Read also – Ubisoft schedules an event in September for the next Assassin’s Creed and other projects
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Those who sign up for the Closed Alpha program will have the chance to be among the first to play the game once it is released. To register, all you have to do is go to the Ubisoft website, select the operating system you will be playing the game on, i.e. Android or iOS, and finally fill in some details.
Upon release, The Division Resurgence will be a free game available on PlayStore and App Store. Since it will be free, Ubisoft will monetize the title.
Ubisoft released The Division Resurgence gameplay a few days ago and it looks good for a mobile game. The game will take place in the post-crisis state of America where a virus outbreak has created an apocalypse.
The story of the game will be based on the events of some of the old Division games like Tom Clancy’s The Division 1 and The Division 2. Players will have PvE campaigns and several in-game items including weapons and gears. For now, details of the open-world game are scarce, but as we move forward, we should learn more from Ubisoft.