The Division is a good looking game on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, but it admittedly looks even better on PC. Ubisoft went out of its way to bump up the PC graphical options for its open-world third-person shooter and it showcased them in a new video released Wednesday.
In addition to the 60 FPS frame rate, Ubisoft uses the video as an opportunity to call out high-end graphic features like Volumetric Fog, Dynamic Global Illumination, Real Time Destruction, Realistic Weather Particles, and Real Time Reflection.
There are approximately 26 different graphic settings in The Division and Ubisoft has added extra features such user interface (UI) customization, the ability to unlock the framerate, plus the ability to change all the key bindings in the game.
It will take a power gaming rig to get the most out of The Division, however. The recommended settings call for an Intel Core i7-3770 processor, 8GB of RAM, and a GeForce GTX970. Maxing the game out at 1080p or greater with 60 fps will require a high-end Core i7 process, 16GB of RAM, and a GeForce TX 980TI.
Those with capable machines appear to be in for a graphical treat though.
The Division will land on PC and console on March 8.
[Image via The Division]
- This article was updated on:March 8th, 2018