Ubisoft’s highly anticipated game, Tom Clancy’s The Division, is almost out. After years of waiting and delays from its initial announcement, the game finally drops in less than two weeks. However, before that, Ubisoft has just dropped a new trailer. What’s unique about this one is that it captured the game in 60 frames per second. For the Windows PC experience of The Division, players will have the benefit of playing the game in 60 FPS. That glorious 60 FPS mark has become quite controversial with regards to console versions of certain games. You can check out the 60 FPS trailer for The Division in the player below.
For the Windows PC version of the game, it will have dedicated visual and technical optimizations that Ubisoft claims will offer players a more immersive New York City than ever before. Beside the vast open world that’s already available in the game, the PC version will have features like a volumetric fog, dynamic global illumination, real time destruction, realistic weather particles and real time reflection.
Tom Clancy’s The Division finally arrives on March 8. The game will be available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC. Here’s an official synopsis for the game.
Tom Clancy’s The Division takes place weeks after a devastating pandemic sweeps through New York City on Black Friday. One by one, basic services fail and in only days, without food or water, society collapses into chaos. The Division, an autonomous unit of tactical agents leading seemingly ordinary lives among us, is activated to save society. Team up with other players to investigate the source of the virus, protect civilians from dangerous factions, and reclaim the city from the overwhelming turmoil.