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The Division PC Screenshots, Max settings with HBAO+

The Division PC Screenshots, Max settings with HBAO+

Ubisoft call The Division's PC version

The Division PC Screenshots, Max settings with HBAO+

 

Recent PC screenshots that have been uploaded from the PC version of The Division have not been at the games max settings, excluding effects such as Lens Flares, Vignetting, Chromatic Aberration, and Post FXAA. Lets have a look at the game with HBAO+ enabled.

Please click on the images below to see them at their full resolution and size. 

 

The Division PC Screenshots, Max settings with HBAO+

The Division PC Screenshots, Max settings with HBAO+

 

In these screenshots the HBAO+ graphical effect is most noticeable under the player's hood and around many of the objects in the environment, though sadly without the same screenshots without HBAO+ we cannot give you guys a side by side comparison, though hopefully we might be able to do that over this weekends beta period. 

  The Division PC Screenshots, Max settings with HBAO+  The Division PC Screenshots, Max settings with HBAO+

 

Ubisoft has already called The Division's PC version "more than a port", saying that it would support "a lot of hardware", which hopefully means that we can expect a good PC port of the game.

Massive Entertainment, the developers behind Tom Clancy's The Division, have their root on PC, with their first games being the Ground Control series on PC and World in Conflict, with the developer also collaborating in the development of Far Cry 3, another game with a great PC version. Massive say that they take it as a matter of pride to deliver a good PC version of the game, so let's hope that they deliver a port that backs up this talk. 

  The Division PC Screenshots, Max settings with HBAO+  The Division PC Screenshots, Max settings with HBAO+  The Division PC Screenshots, Max settings with HBAO+

 

Looking at the game requirements we can see that the game requires quite a lot of CPU power, requiring a minimum of a Sandy-Bridge i5 quad core or a 6-core AMD FX 6100 and 6GB of RAM. The GPU requirements look very even when it comes to AMD and Nvidia, requiring a minimum of a GTX 560 or an AMD HD 7770 and recommending a GTX 970 or an R9 290. 

 

Minumum Options:
OS: Windows 7 Service Pack 1, Windows 8.1, Windows 10(64bit only)
CPU: Intel i5 2400 @ 3.1Ghz or AMD FX 6100 @ 3.3Ghz
RAM: 6GB
Graphic card: Nvidia GTX 560 or AMD Radeon HD 7770 (2GB VRAM)(DirectX11)
*Sound card should support Direct X 9.0C
HDD space: 40GB

Recommanded Options:
OS: Same as minimum
CPU: Intel i7-3770 @ 3.5Ghz or AMD FX-8350 @ 4.0Ghz
RAM: 8GB
Graphic card: Nvidia GTX 970 or AMD Radeon R9 290 (4GB VRAM)(DirectX11)
*Sound card should support Direct

  The Division PC Screenshots, Max settings with HBAO+

 

Tom Clancy's The Division will be releasing on PC, PS4 and Xbox One on March 8th, with a beta arriving for the game this weekend on all platforms. 

 

You can join the discussion on Tom Clancy's the Division on the OC3D Forums

  

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26-01-2016, 08:05:18

Dicehunter
Looks like a PS3 game, They really downgraded it from the E3 footage.Quote

26-01-2016, 08:14:20

TPC
These screenshots look really unprofessional. It has been sharpened and the ovarall quality is just bad.Quote

26-01-2016, 10:02:09

mazty
Another Ubisoft game. More final graphics which have been downgraded. Called it that this would happen, and to be honest considering how horrible Rainbow Six has been, I imagine the graphics downgrade is going to be the least of the problems on launch e.g. terrible lag, hacking and more bugs than the Amazon rainforest.Quote

26-01-2016, 10:46:07

otis1337
the one with the dog and snow looks like a ps3 game! terrible. What system is that running off?Quote

26-01-2016, 18:54:17

Kilbane
http://i.imgur.com/Hz1l5nk.jpg

Pre load for Beta access is now available. 26.26Gb in size. We shall see what it looks like on Friday.Quote
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