Yesterday, Ubisoft hosted a livestream to discuss upcoming changes to Tom Clancy's The Division. While a lot of the information provided pertained to upcoming events and cosmetic items, the host also revealed that the Xbox One X patch was coming on April 12, 2018. The upgrade will add 4K rendering, better anisotropic filtering, improved reflections, screen-space shadows, and object detail.
It's unclear how this compares to the PlayStation 4 Pro version because there is a lot of conflicting information about the console's resolution. The latest report by WCCFtech stated that The Division ran at 1660p through temporal injection on Sony's machine and only featured improved shadows and reflections. Until Digital Foundry or the developer confirms the differences, there is no way of knowing.
Despite that, it's great to see Ubisoft taking advantage of the 1.8 teraflops advantage the Xbox One X has over the PlayStation 4 Pro to push out better visuals.
The Division is a third-person shooter which takes place in the United States right after a deadly biological attack. In our review, we said that the game "represents a massive ambition to combine a modern third-person tactical shooter with role-playing mechanics in a huge and connected world. Ubisoft's industry leading open-world design takes center stage, painstakingly reconstructing New York City wrapped in a near-apocalyptic vision of social breakdown."
The Division is currently available for roughly $20 at various retailers like Amazon and the Microsoft Store.
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