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The console version of the Division does not have a PC like options menu

The console version of the Division does not have a PC like options menu

The console version of the Division will have a PC like options menu

The console version of the Division does not have a PC like options menu

 

The console version of the Division will not have a PC like graphical options menu, unlike what was previously promised by Ubisoft developers, meaning that console gamers will not be able to choose between better lighting or a higher framerate. 

This means that both Console versions of the game will be stuck playing at 1080p 30FPS, with the Xbox one requiring Dynamic resolution scaling to even maintain that. This is very disappointing given the fact that console gamers were promised more. 

 

     It’s actually great that we’ve given the option to disable certain lighting aspects to improve frame rate in the console version, which I don’t know if any other game does that. So if you want to choose frame rate over, like, visuals you can if you want.

 

The console version of the Division will have a PC like options menu

 

It is a real shame that this promise to Console gamers has not been kept, leaving console gamers no choice but to play the game as it is. 

 

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09-03-2016, 21:00:48

NeverBackDown
Was it actually promised? Your quote doesn't prove it was. It says it's great we've given them the option.. and it was still in development at the time. Meaning things are subject to change...Quote

10-03-2016, 12:02:59

demonking
I have learn't to take any Ubisoft say about what they are developing with a pinch of salt. They seem to think if they over hype it then it will sell no matter how bad it actually is. admittedly this time round the PC version wasn't as bad as previous releases. but we still got server issues on day 1 and a game that was not anywhere near as good as they promised.Quote

10-03-2016, 18:08:55

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by demonking View Post
I have learn't to take any Ubisoft say about what they are developing with a pinch of salt. They seem to think if they over hype it then it will sell no matter how bad it actually is. admittedly this time round the PC version wasn't as bad as previous releases. but we still got server issues on day 1 and a game that was not anywhere near as good as they promised.
To be fair server issues are common when you have millions of people downloading the game at one time. Especially since in game gameplay also uses the serversQuote
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