Tom Clancy’s The Division High Quality 1080p Gameplay Footage Leaked From PC Version

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Tom Clancy’s The Division will get a closed beta on PC, PS4 and Xbox One at the end of this month but apparently there is an early private beta being held on all the major platforms including PS4 and PC. So far, we have seen screenshots from the PS4 version of the game along with maxed out screenshots that were leaked from the PC version.

While Ubisoft has yet to release an official video showcasing the PC version in high quality, one of the early beta tester has shared a couple of minutes of The Division gameplay running on his PC and thankfully it is in 1080p high quality.

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You can check out this brand new The Division gameplay in the video below.

Ubisoft has also released the official system requirements for Tom Clancy’s The Division. You can check out these system requirements from here. In addition to these requirements, Ubisoft has confirmed that there won’t be any microtransactions in The Division.

Tom Clancy’s The Division was originally revealed at E3 2013 and was set to launch in 2014, but it was later delayed to 2015 and then delayed again to 2016. We finally have an official release date for the game on March 8th, 2016. It will be released on the PC, PS4 and Xbox One. A closed beta of the game will be held on January 28th for Xbox One and January 29th for PC and PS4.

Let us know what you think about this news in the comments below.

  • PachterStation

    In other news, you’ll need a £5,000 PC to play it, or a £300 Xbox One or PS4.

    • Daniel

      with a £5,000 PC you could play it in 4k with 60 fps, but with a £500-£600 PC you can play it in 1080p at 50-60fps, in a £300 Xbox One or PS4 you play it at 720p or 900p upscaled to 1080p with frame drops and a shitty graphics 🙂

  • Seva

    Fuck yourself Ubisoft. Liars!

  • Jack Mehoff

    Where’s the GAMEPLAY FOOTAGE the headline posted? I saw screenshots

    • Sometimes it loads on the page, sometime not under the sentence “You can check out this brand new The Division gameplay in the video below.” You can also go to dailymotion dot com /video/x3o13rh