A new interview for Tom Clancy's The Division discusses the beta, graphics downgrades and parity deals, and single-player.
You heard it first from Massive. "We address every console as its own version, we try to stay away the thing where you go for the least common denominator and everyone suffers for it." YESS! I hope the PC and PS4 versions don't get held back. I aside from the graphics, hope this game is truly fleshed out and fun. I'll be playing LBP3 and COD: AW till this game comes out. I already know my PC probably wont be able to handle it, so I'll be getting it on PS4. Hurry up 2015!
If the Xbox one version stays the same from the most recent E3 gameplay, which was said to be from Xbox one then there shouldnt be anything to be worried about even with parity.I cant imagine an open world game looking that much better than that.
agreed.This game is looking mind blowing on next gen.Hope they deliver it with a good gameplay experience.
At the last event showing gameplay, the YouTuber Jackfrags said the game was being demo'd on Xbox One and that there was a very clear and noticeable graphical downgrade from the original E3 showing. Considering this is another overhyped game from Ubisoft, I can't say I'd be surprised if we have another Watch_Dogs on our hands. I definitely don't believe a word coming from the developers, that's for sure. Watch_Dogs was strike 1, Assassins Creed Unity was strike 2, and people who've seen the Division in person say it's yet another bait and switch by Ubisoft. I can't say I recommend preordering the game, since their deception tactics are wholly gearing around getting people to spend money on something not at all like the final product. Stop getting hyped for this crap.
"Considering this is another overhyped game from Ubisoft" And you know this how? Most recent Ubisoft games have scored well with reviewers and been successful at retail. Just because you hate their games doesn't mean that the rest of us have to. Watch Dogs might have had a bit of a downgrade compared to what they were first shooting for, but it still turned out to be a very solid game with great graphics. Some of you really over-exaggerate the whole Watch Dogs thing. It's kind of silly at this point. And how is AC Unity strike 2? The game isn't even out so we don't know exactly how it will turn out. So far, though, it looks to be a huge improvement over previous games in the series and the graphics are drop dead gorgeous.
Hopefully Xbox won't be held back by the networking stuff.
Agreed! I'm tired of nobody using dedicated servers.
Yep, Dedicated Servers are underrated
Release window? "2015"... lmao "Yes that's one big window" I hope this game does well. I was thinking a lot about what was said about WD during this interview
"Parity between platforms" Great, ubi is at it again with that BS.
Did you even watch the video?
Hopefully this game can get the story part right as well as the gameplay. I also hope there is a wide variety of enemies not just the usual thugs.
Yeah, I really hope that they don't go for parity between the X1 & PS4. I hope they push for the best textures & frame-rate on the X1. They have no choice but to push for the highest possible resolution on the PS4, otherwise there will be rioting in the streets.
Lol @ 5:14 that's a silly question.... for a second I thought kevin hart was doing a routine on there.
If you Sony gamers want parity, buy a PC. Really. Buying a console doesn't not make you entitled to better graphics. It was obvious developers would not put resources forward to please the 1% of gamers who argue about resolution on the internet.
One question i want asked and answered: is the division a truly open, seamless world with multiple apartments in multiple buildings to explore like the trailers have led us to believe or are their loading screens between areas ect.
I have heard it is a completely seamless area. Ubi even says going into dark zones (PVP areas) requires no load times.
Ok, big relief knowing that the PC version of say game is not going to be affected by the power of consoles
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