For the first time in the history of the console gaming, Gamers can now change the graphics settings on PS4 and Xbox One in Tom Clancy’s The Division. Gamespot already tweaked us before about how this would look like if there would have been a PC-Like Visual settings on console games, specifically “Tom Clancy’s The Division.”
Ubisoft Developer said, “NOW YOU CAN DISABLE CERTAIN LIGHTING ASPECTS TO IMPROVE FRAME RATES IN THE CONSOLE VERSION OF TOM CLANCY’S THE DIVISION GAME.”
Though the ability to change the graphical settings is not a new matter for the PC users, but this is the first time it has happened in the history of the console gaming. As we have seen so many frame rate dropping issues in a variety of games, Ubisoft finally did the gaming some justice with this new feature. This setting is significantly powerful for the PS4 and Xbox One users, if it works as Ubisoft Said.
The Developer also said, “ONE GOOD THING ABOUT THE DIVISION IS WE’VE ALWAYS CONSIDERED THE PC AS A SEPARATE PLATFORM, NOW WE HAVE TO KEEP IT IN CHECK WITH THE CONSOLES.”
WHAT CONTENT YOU CAN TWEAK ON!
What I have expected from this change is, some of the graphical settings console players can tweak, include chromatic aberration and the ability to sharpen images. This is a slider that impacts the amount of anti-aliasing that’s present. And if you really think Console gamers and PC gamers are not friends altogether, you are wrong!
“I DON’T KNOW OF ANOTHER GAME THAT DOES THAT, SO IF YOU WANT TO CHOOSE FRAME RATE OVER VISUALS, YOU CAN.”