Ubisoft Massive has released a treasure trove of hardcore details on the PC version of The Division, where we're learning that the developer has put lots of time into making sure the PC version of The Division doesn't suck.
We can expect multi-GPU support, multi-monitor support, and resolutions of up to 4K where The Division will "automatically adapt the resolution to fit multi-screen configurations with FOV correction". Not only that, but the frame rate is completely uncapped, and The Division has 'optimized graphic settings & customized GPU effects" on the PC. Awww yeah. Here's a full list of what to expect for the PC version of The Division:
- Flexible user interface: move, scale and adjust the opacity of the HUD.
- Intuitive controls: navigate easily through the interface, inventory panels and map designed specifically to be used with a mouse or a controller.
- Full mouse & keyboard support: opt for the high precision mouse and keyboard experience and switch to a controller in the middle of any encounter without interruption.
- Text chat: team up with more agents of The Division by using the in-game text chat.
- Optimized graphic settings & customized GPU effects: adjust a vast variety of technology treats, from realistic lighting, shading, snow particles, local reflection, fog volumetric scattering, depth of field and much more...
- Multi-GPU support: unleash the graphic power of the best computer set ups for jaw-dropping graphics powered by Massive Entertainment's game engine Snowdrop.
- Multi-screen support: play with up to three screens for the most immersive and stunning experience of The Division.
- Multi-resolutions: opt for 1080p or 4k and automatically adapt the resolution to fit multi-screen configurations with FOV correction.
- Unlocked framerate: let the most powerful computer reach the highest framerate.
- HBA0+: enjoy the most realistic shadowing, lighting algorithm and ambient occlusion
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