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Tom Clancy’s The Division – Comparison Video Versions 2013-2015; Downgrade at Height


At this point we should not be surprised as the reductions in the graphics of some titles are part of the current gaming world, always having to thank of course mediocre console hardware “next-Gen”. But Ubisoft particular has a history of downgrades quite high and repudiated, first with Far Cry 3, then with Watch Dogs and now is the turn of The Division, one of the most promising games of its catalog.

Below you can see scenes of gameplay of the versions shown at E3 2013, 2014 and 2015, which can be seen, especially in the latter, the abysmal sales charts have been the title of Ubisoft Massive -apart from different climatic effects shown in all three versions.

Tom Clancy’s The Division – Comparison Video Versions 2013-2015; Downgrade Graphics


Tom Clancy The Division is inspired by real world events the Operation Dark Winter and Directive 51, Ubisoft said that “revealed how vulnerable the United States have become”. In the game a disease called Black Friday has collapsed United States in five days, now it’s up to you who is part of a group have to save whatever of the United States is left by any means given direct authority by The President Of the united States. The game is a Massive Multiplayer online game which will put you against AI enemies and other players in the game.

Ubisoft Annecy is the fourth studio is currently working on The Division, after Massive Entertainment, Red Storm and Reflections.

“We are very pleased that part of the family Annecy The Division becomes.They are highly experienced and talented developers, adding much value to the project. The ability to work with other studies offers fantastic creative opportunities for the creation and, ultimately, strongly benefit the overall quality of the game, “said David Polfeldt, Managing Director of Massive Entertainment.

Rebecka Coutaz, Studio Manager of Ubisoft Annecy, add that:

“The team of Annecy is pleased to collaborate with Massive, Red Storm and Reflections on this project, which is allowing us to build our expertise in other areas. Collaboration with other studies going well, and we are working together to ensure the satisfaction and expectations that players have for this new title. “

It is expected that Tom Clancy’s The Division reaches to PC, PS4 and Xbox One in March 8, 2016.

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