Henderson: Tom Clancy’s The Division Heartland will have 4 game modes at the start
The famous game insider Tom Henderson shared new details about the upcoming free multiplayer shooter Tom Clancy’s The Division Heartland from the Red Storm Entertainment developer. According to him, at the start, the game will have support for crossplains and 4 modes, which we will talk about in more detail below.
The first called Excursion is a PVE version that offers beginners to familiarize themselves with the shooter. Here, players will have to collect loot to fight enemies under the control of AI and at the end to get out of a hot zone by helicopter.
After the tutorial in the form of excursions, beginners can try their strength in the second mode Storm, in which PVP is added. Henderson notes that he seems to be the main 1. The main goal, as in excursions, is only now to fight with other players and try to avoid poisonous gas that appears in random places on the map.
The third Twilight (NightFall) represents a more complex PVE mode with additional levels and tasks throughout the passage. The main goal is the same-to get tired, survive and get to your operational base, but here it has to be done on foot through the evacuation point on the map, and not with the help of a helicopter. The most interesting thing is that before sunset, players will not be able to choose from Silver Cream and they will have to fight at night with special opponents vultures, who are under the control of AI.
The last, fourth, has the name Hunt (Hunt). There were practically no details about him, except that it is a purely PVP mode without AI enemies.
According to Henderson, the release of Tom Clancy’s The Division Heartland will take place at the end of 2022 at the PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.