After learning that the #pcmasterrace version of The Division will rock multi-GPU support, multi-monitor support and unlocked frame rates - these new screenshots couldn't have come at a better time.
The screenshots are uncompressed, so they look totally gorgeous, showing off the detailed clothing, shadows and graphics of the PC version of The Division. The images were posted to the Guru3D forums by 'Party Poison', and then they floated their way over to The Division subreddit. The images were all taken on maximum in-game settings, with high VRAM usage reported. Party Poison noted that even maxed out, The Division doesn't look as good as it did when Ubisoft showed it at E3.
Party Poison added: "It is clear that trees and objects cast very detailed shadows. And when character is close to camera, clothing is very detailed. AA is applied too, tho it is deformed on places due to image compression. There are some great screenshot showing good graphics and then there are: Game looks much better than in those screens. Much sharper and the aa does a great job in motion".
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