The Division Resurgence by Tom Clancy has been officially revealed by Ubisoft. a fresh mobile version of the well-known looter shooter series, which was first published on consoles and computers. The Division Resurgence is being built specifically for mobile platforms. Additionally, it will include many of the same gameplay mechanics as its PC/console cousin.
consisting of character customisation, third-person shooter open-world role-playing game gameplay, a number of fresh classes, and a plenty of fresh weapons and gear to outfit characters. Resurgence, a brand-new novel set in the world of The Division, will offer a distinct viewpoint on plot developments from both The Division and The Division 2.
Players will be able to freely walk around Resurgence’s enormous open world of a post-crisis New York City while engaging in solo and co-op PvE activities. Players can level up their characters to gain specializations and equipment that are only available to them. According to Ubisoft, players can switch out these skills at any moment to coordinate their builds with those of other Division agents during cooperative play. Or just whenever they feel like experimenting with a new playstyle.
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There is no official release date for the game from Ubisoft. The fact that players can now sign up to take part in upcoming tests is nonetheless mentioned. Unfortunately, there is also no information on when the tests will begin. But you can sign up at the official website if you want to be among the first to play.
There is currently no gameplay video, but Ubisoft intends to make that official announcement on July 13. Having said that, it is likely that the game will feel and look very similar to the original games based on the screenshots that have been provided. At the very least, the menus have that recognizable The Division style. Players will be able to find and gather equipment and weapons of various rarities to gain more power. Additionally, they will be able to add mods to their equipment to improve or add new stats or abilities.
Advertisement Of course, the issue of how Ubisoft intends to make money from this game still exists. It will be possible to play The Division Resurgence for free. Therefore, in-game purchases will be the only way for Ubisoft to make money off of it.
As video games like Genshin Impact have shown, that doesn’t always equate to utter anarchy. However, the recent release of Diablo Immortal by Blizzard proves that no game is safe from the intrusive microtransactions that can blatantly travesty a cherished property. We can only hope that Ubisoft doesn’t take the same route.