Ubisoft has added Rainbow Six and The Division mobile games to its 2023-24 line-up
The free-to-play mobile games will be released by March 2024
Ubisoft has added Rainbow Six and The Division mobile games to its software release schedule for its 2023-24 fiscal year.
Tom Clancy titles Rainbow Six Mobile and The Division Resurgence will be released during the 12-month period ending on March 31, 2024, the publisher announced on Thursday.
As previously confirmed , Ubisoft’s 2023-24 release schedule also includes Assassin’s Creed Mirage, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, “another large game”, and “long-lasting live games” Skull and Bones and The Crew Motorfest.
The Division Resurgence: Official World Introduction Trailer
Announced in April 2022, Rainbow Six Mobile is a free-to-play FPS for iOS and Android devices.
Promising “a true Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege experience, where tactical gameplay meets fast-paced action”, development of the title is being led by a new team at Ubisoft Montreal.
The game’s core mode, Attack vs. Defense, sees two teams of five players facing off against each other.
Announced last July, The Division Resurgence is billed as “the first high-end AAA mobile looter shooter experience for Android and iOS devices”.
The free-to-play open-world game features a PVE campaign that is playable solo or in co-op.
In today’s announcement, Ubisoft also said it’s planning a fourth year of seasonal content for The Division 2, and is continuing to work on The Division Heartland, a PvEvP-focused free-to-play action survival shooter for console and PC.
Ubisoft announced in January that it had cancelled three unannounced games and was planning to strengthen its focus on its biggest brands and live services following weaker than expected software sales over the holiday season.
Shortly after, it confirmed that it had cancelled a PvP battle arena game publicly referred to as ‘Project Q’.