Ubisoft might be gearing up to announce a release date for The Division: Heartland. The game, which has seemingly been in development limbo, has now received a rating over on the Tawaiin ratings board. The rating was filed on 14 November, just a few days ago.
Usually, these ratings mean games have been sent through to various boards for classification. They then get rated depending on the material in them. Some get Mature ratings while others get rated based on age restrictions. These boards also stamp the game with warning labels including violence, in-game purchases, sex and other tags.
The rating for The Division: Heartland is definitely a good sign. The game has been in limbo for over a year now. Ubisoft has hosted private tests for very few select individuals but the game hasn’t had an open beta or any sort of public test yet.
This rating might mean that Ubisoft is finally ready to open up the game to new players and perhaps host a beta or release client for it. With The Game Awards around the corner, it would be the best place for Ubisoft to drop its announcement.
The Division: Heartland has been in development for some time already. The PvPvE game was announced back in 2021. It is a free-to-play spin on the popular The Division series which sees players explore a fictional town named Silver Creek.