Tech and Frame-Rate Analysis: Tom Clancy's The Division

"The Division is the next-gen technical pin-up of the moment, taking the mantle previously held by Ubisoft's own Watch Dogs and the now sadly defunct Star Wars 1313 project."

"If there's one thing that makes The Division stand out as a next-gen title, it's the interplay between multiple elements such as the lighting, effects and the advanced physics."

"The Division's frame-rate is a solid 30fps based on what's shown so far, with only hints of an impact to performance during grenade explosions."

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jobboy1969d ago

can't wait to play this game...really

adorie1968d ago (Edited 1968d ago )

Yeah. You said it. Game is a "mine" "gimme" "do want" You get the idea. :P

joe901968d ago

Seems like the game has been locked to 30fps,

Ausbo1968d ago

this is the best looking next gen game ive seen. In my opinion of course

SuperSteve1967d ago

Sorry, you're not allowed to have opinions here.

Darth Gamer1968d ago

My most anticipated game of the next gen. My PS4 is already paid off and My XBOX ONE is half way there. I don't care which system I get this for but it looks incredible. The attention to detail is just insane.

Software_Lover1968d ago

Ubisoft..........sneaking in always online gaming, lol.

Seriously, this game looks great. I wonder if it will have upgrade paths like an RPG? Better weapons, armor, etc.

Vehicle play please.

adorie1968d ago

It did say RPG on a gameplay video I saw. I would expect what you want will be featured in the game in some form or another.

Lwhit61968d ago

This game is going to be amazing. I'm glad that it comes out in 2014 too. The developers will figure out new ways to harness the power of next gen consoles due to the extended time that they'll have making this game. Cant wait.

FrigidDARKNESS1968d ago

I'll take this game over watch dogs.

Software_Lover1968d ago

Watch Dogs kind of puts me in the mindset of Deus Ex but with a larger city to travel in.

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