The Division keeps breaking records… like a boss, having smashed 1 million concurrent users.
Did Ubisoft copy Bungie with their latest title?
Ubisoft’s back at it again, and it’s up to Tom Clancy’s The Division whether that’s a good or bad thing.
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It’s the same argument we’ve had from the The Division’s initial reveal – the PvE is top notch and the PvP is broken.
This latest 60 fps demonstration of The Division for PC is supposed to demonstrate some of the advantages available to those who can afford Ultra settings.
Ubisoft has denied reports that they’ve intentionally held back The Division for PC for the sake of making it fair for console gamers.
In a recent interview, The Division’s developers mentioned being able to tweak, as-yet-unnamed, lighting effects in order to improve performance.
Reports have surfaced during The Division’s beta that the game’s netcode is easily exploited by players, opening the way for hackers aplenty.
More details on Ubisoft’s The Division surface.
Is anyone surprised to hear that The Division looks best on PC? Probably not. But what has gotten people talking is how much of a difference there is.
New details, locations and weapons revealed in brand-new footage for one of the most anticipated games of 2016.
Even if Ubisoft’s recent history with new IPs has been spotty, to say the least, The Division’s got an interesting mix of elements going for it.
An eerier, dystopian version of Silent Night.
“In the jungle, welcome to the jungle, watch it bring you to your knees”
Featuring “the best gameplay experiences ever conceived. For any game. Ever”
Devs lament red tape of current systems