After facing huge criticism from the XBOX One users for its Closed Beta gameplay, Tom Clancy’s The Division put a big smile on the PC users for its better looking graphics as well as steady 60-70 FPS gameplay benchmark! Well, it’s drastically better for the PC users when compared to Xbox One users! It’s a bad news for the Console Gamers this time. The PlayStation 4 can hold it right, so let’s pray for that. While, XBOX One users got the lead to play the game first with additional days to play rather than the other platforms, it was simply devastating and a horrible experience to play such a game like that, sorry XBOX One players!
While devoting effort on the PC adaptation, I took a bunch of screenshots. The climate effects look extraordinary. The game travels through day and night and clear and stormy. The minutes I wound up meandering through the streets of New York around evening time, mid-snow squall, were out and out dazzling. Lights made the officially poor visibility blinding. Twisting through the tempest, spotting Christmas lights gleaming out yonder, seeing neon lights around the bend, the majority of this feels simply like winter to me. Well, if I could play on Oculus Rift it would let me feel the cold too!
With the specifications of the gaming recommended, I put the better benchmark for the experience, I played with
- Intel Core i7-4790K @4.4Ghz
- 16GB DDRIII RAM
- Asus Maximus Ranger VII with Radeon Tri-X R9 390X, 8GB
- Windows 10
“THE GAME RAN STEADILY 60-70 FPS WITHOUT ANY LAG WITH THE HIGHEST SETTINGS AS WELL AS FULL GRAPHICAL ENVIRONMENT”
From the beta version of Tom Clancy’s The Division it can be promised to have better gameplay on PC as well as the PlayStation 4 but I am a little bit conscious about the XBOX One platform. Well, the game is hitting the shelves on March 8 across PC, PS4 and Xbox One!