PC Features Overview
The PC version is the ultimate way to play The Division 2, with Massive and Ubisoft providing some gorgeous graphics as well as PC-specific features. This includes a totally uncapped frame rate, 4K and HDR support (uncapped display resolution, so it even works on my 8K monitor). We also have full UI and HUD customization, multi-screen and widescreen support, and variable refresh rate support.
This doesn't include the plethora of visual sliders and adjustments you can make to the graphics settings of The Division 2, of which there are many. Like, really, a lot.
Massive Entertainment used a modified version of its in-house Snowdrop engine with some of the best graphics I've seen in a game yet when it is cranked up to Ultra settings at 4K. I was playing it on a Dell UP3218K monitor with a native 8K resolution and even with The Division 2 bumped down to 'just 4K' (I get to say that playing on an 8K display, haha) it looked absolutely sublime.
The game was originally shown off with an incredible teaser trailer that showed off the then-next-gen Snowdrop engine, and while the customized version of Snowdrop looks amazing in The Division 2, it's still a far cry from what was shown off over 5 years ago in 2013.
The Snowdrop Engine focuses on dynamic global illumination, impressive procedural destruction, amazing detail and beautiful visual effects. With the graphics set all the way to Ultra, you will NOT be disappointed in what The Division 2 has to offer in the graphics department.
- Page 1 [Introduction & 20 Graphics Cards Tested]
- Page 2 [PC System Requirements]
- Page 3 [PC Specific Features & Snowdrop Engine]
- Page 4 [Image Quality Settings & Test System Specs]
- Page 5 [Benchmarks - 1080p]
- Page 6 [Benchmarks - 1440p]
- Page 7 [Benchmarks - 4K]
- Page 8 [Performance Thoughts]
- Page 9 [Final Thoughts]
- Page 10 [Bonus: Gorgeous 4K Ultra Screenshots]