The Division GameWorks Trailer

Posted on 01 Mar 2016 by
Simon Sirmenis

The Division is just around the corner and Ubisoft is trying to hook as many of us gamers as possible. Coming out in precisely a week today’s, or rather yesterday’s to be exact, target is – PC gamers. In the above trailer The Division is trying to show off some of the fancy PC exclusive Nvidia GameWorks stuff. Though the only things listed are HBAO+ and PCSS features that slightly improve shadows. Obviously on PC we will also have better textures, anti-aliasing, higher resolution and…mouse & keyboard support (sorry, couldn’t resist it).

The beta a couple of weeks back showed some capabilities and hinted at what the game will actually look. Obviously not as jaw dropping as the initial reveal the game still managed to stand on its own fairly straight. The fear of Ubi pulling another Watch Dogs is still present but chances of that, or rather on that scale, are much slimmer. The only concern now is for the game to run well for both Nvidia and AMD users as well as be entertaining.

Official Press Release

In a week’s time Tom Clancy’s The Division will hit the streets, giving the keys to the game’s dilapidated New York City to the many people itching to play the massively multiplayer shooter after the record-breaking open beta.

On PC, The Division will be rendered at glorious detail at resolutions up to and including 4K, with extra effects, higher-quality assets, and PC-exclusive NVIDIA GameWorks technology that further improves fidelity and immersion. Get a great look in the Tom Clancy’s The Division GeForce GTX Technology Trailer.

PC players will also receive the usual and expected benefits, such as faster framerates, ShadowPlay support, SLI support, G-SYNC support, DSR support, and multi-monitor support. There’s also the option to completely configure the in-game HUD, color blindness display modes, support for certain LED keyboards and keyboard effects, and support for Tobii EyeX eye-tracking, which is built into select GeForce GTX notebooks and can be purchased separately as a standalone device.

And of course, GeForce Experience Optimal Playable Settings will be available from launch, helping you configure the 90 detail levels found in The Division‘s 20-plus settings with a single click.

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