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PC version of The Division had to be kept "in check with consoles"

PC version of The Division had to be kept

The Devision System Requirements Released

PC version of The Division had to be kept "in check with consoles" 

 

The PC version of The Division had to be kept "keep it in check with consoles because it would kind of be unfair just to push it so far away from them," confirming that the PC version of the game has been held back by the relative power of the consoles. 

Thankfully the developer also stated that the PC version of the game is a dedicated build of the title, rather than a ported version of the console release, something that was already confirmed by the developer. Giving the PC version a specific build has allowed the game to support Multi-GPU setups and multi-screen setup much more easily as not limitations have been carried over from the console version. 

 

It is definitely a [factor],

But one good thing about The Division is that we've always considered PC as a separate platform. I've worked on projects before where the PC version's a port from a console, so it carries those limitations over, but we've always been in the mind that we'll have a dedicated PC build, so it hasn't really held it back too much.

 

The PC version of the game has been stated to have been held back by the console versions of the game, with many PC gamers complaining that the great graphics found in the early E3 trailers have been taken away from the PC version for the sake of the console versions. 

 

      We do have to kind of keep it (The PC version) in check with consoles because it would kind of be unfair just to push it so far away from them.

 

 

Below are the system requirements for the PC version of the game, requirements that are pretty reasonable for a Ubisift PC game in 2016, especially when compared to the recent Assassin's Creed games. 

 

Minimum Requirements

- OS: Windows XP / Vista

- CPU: AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ / Intel Core 2 Duo E6700 2.66GHz

- Ram: 3GB

- Hard Drive: 20GB

- DirectX: DX11

- Video Card: AMD R7 250 / Nvidia Geforce GTS 450

 

Recommended Requirements

- OS: Windows 7

- CPU: AMD Phenom II X6 1100T / Intel Core i5-4430 3.0GHz

- Ram: 6GB

- Hard Drive: 20GB

- DirectX: DX11

- Video Card: AMD R9 280 / Nvidia Geforce GTX 760

 

You can join the discussion on the PC version of Tom Clancy's The Division on the OC3D Forums

 

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08-02-2016, 05:26:18

SPS
I can't think of a game that was wildly different on PC and console on release? Graphics don't count and I don't think that's what the guy was referring to at all in this statement.Quote

08-02-2016, 06:05:07

Gregster
A shame that us PC gamers are still held back by consoles but The Division is a fantastic looking game. It would have been nice to have the option of 2013 GFX though and The Division could have been the new Crysis.Quote

08-02-2016, 06:07:56

TPC
You guys dont understand that this is not Graphics related do you? I'm gonna quote SPS because he explained it perfectly.
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Nah you've read it wrong, it's nothing to do with graphics they mean gameplay. For example the PC CPU/memory is way better so they could run with it and create even more gameplay, more customisation, etc, etc, but then it would be unfair to console players because they would be purchasing a lesser game in comparison. If they release a product under the same name then they must keep the content alike.
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08-02-2016, 07:43:41

JR23
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You guys dont understand that this is not Graphics related do you? I'm gonna quote SPS because he explained it perfectly.
You do not understand that this is top bait do you.

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08-02-2016, 09:11:54

SuB
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Originally Posted by SPS View Post
I can't think of a game that was wildly different on PC and console on release? Graphics don't count and I don't think that's what the guy was referring to at all in this statement.
Ghost Recon: Modern Warfighter 1 and 2 were *drastically* different on PC and Console. Also Ubisoft releases...Quote
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