Yesterday, we shared rumblings that Tom Clancy’s The Division performs significantly better on PC compared to consoles. Today, we have even more evidence supporting this.
Gameplay video has leaked of Tom Clancy’s The Division running on PC. Apparently, this is beta footage on maximum settings.
On reddit, the actual quality of the video seems to still be up for debate, but you may be interested to read what top commenter jdog90000 has to say:
At first I thought the game didn't look incredible but after watching for a little while longer and keeping my eye on things like the bricks and bags etc I noticed that some of the texture work is way higher than I've seen in most games. Even The Witcher 3 didn't have incredible textures on things like rocks and trees (this is coming from someone who thinks The Witcher 3 is the greatest gift to mankind) but I didn't notice any glaring texture problems here.
Also at the level this guy is playing I don't really see the sponginess to be as bad as everyone makes it out to be. NDAs might be for a reason but this video definitely pushed me much more towards purchasing the game.
Edit: To expand on the texture quality, I really think people aren't looking close enough at the video. If you just watch and don't really pay attention things seem kind of fuzzy, but take a really good look at it, the fire in the trash can, the snow falling out the sky, the wall and floor textures etc. Then go back and look at whatever game you're comparing it to in your head that you remember looking amazing and you may be surprised that this actually looks a lot better than you think.
Of course, you can see the video above and decide for yourself. Why not tell us what you think about this video in the comments below?
Tom Clancy’s The Division will be coming out on March 8 on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.