Ubisoft has confirmed that The Division 2 next-gen support is scheduled for February 2, 2021! This will bring TU12.1 and 4K, 60fps support for next-gen.
interesting might get it, currently at 9 bucks in the PS Store.
It's worth it. If you do get it, add me! PSN: Sniperwithacause
I got it myself. I will add you
Definitely worth it at that price. The main complaint most had with it was it wasn't that differnt from The Div 1.
A worthy buy, especially for $9. Get the expansion as well. This game is really good.
Should be ftp like destiny 2. Has I changed much since launch? Burned out pretty fast when I bought it at launch.
I think its def worth a shot for them to explore that route, but then that probably mean they need to extend the life of it even more. not sure they have those plans
I really think they need to make a game like their open world stars wars game truly next gen. The division 2 wasn't all that great due to it being basically the same as the division and still didn't have some of the initial promised features of the first game.
That game was on special so often that it has paid for itself a long time ago in my books
Game is much better now, so much to do and they have the next event which is a resident evil event soon.
I am hurting that I missed both the Sony direct AND the GameStop pre-orders for PS5. I sat in that online queue for an hour and a half. This is getting ridiculous
If you don't have it yet, get it now. It is on sale until February 2 on PS Store.
60fps is always welcome.
So is this a simple patch for PS4 and xb1 version that enables 4k 60fps patch for next gen consoles. Or a free ps5 and series x upgrade? As I I just don't have the space on ps5 now lol.
The existing game is getting an update that will allow it to run 4k60 on next gen hardware, much like Days Gone, GoT, FF15 etc. It's not a dedicated next gen app.
That's good then I have plenty of external storage.
Now all one needs is to be able to buy a console for once...
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