Ubisoft is all set to bring ‘The Division’ to mobile devices

Ubisoft is all set to bring The Division to mobile devices as part of its multimedia expansion of the Tom Clancy franchise. Ubisoft executive director Alain Corre recently announced a mobile spin on The Division as part of a larger update on the franchise but didn’t reveal more details.

Considering the increasing impact of mobile gaming around the world, coupled with good processing performance abilities of the latest generation flagships, it is hardly a surprise that more and more gaming franchises are looking to build a mobile version of their game. Activision’s Call of Duty enjoys a good reputation for its battle royale mobile game, and while it is yet to bring a story-based version to phones, others are clearly taking the cues.

Ubisoft has made a raft of other mobile games in the past. The publisher has previously released mobile spinoffs of Assassin’s Creed, Rabbids, Just Dance and Trials.

Ubisoft’s Red Storm and Massive teams are also planning to deliver a free-to-play game, The Division Heartland, and additional content for The Division 2, respectively. Ubisoft’s bigger plans include the previously announced The Division movie directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber (starring Jessica Chastain and Jake Gyllenhaal) for Netflix, and a newly announced Division novel from Aconyte, which has previously published titles around Watch Dogs and Assassin’s Creed.

Ubisoft may share more details about its plans for The Division (and its other Tom Clancy franchises) at E3 2021 which will be held virtually from 12 to 15 June.

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