Tom Clancy’s The Division Xbox One X Update Is Live, Runs At Native 4K Resolution

Ubisoft has finally released the long awaited 4K update for Tom Clancy’s The Division on the Xbox One X. This update will implement the support for a higher resolution on the Xbox One X while also adding improved visual features.

Tom Clancy’s The Division has already received a 4K patch for the PS4 Pro so Xbox One X users can now also enjoy the game in its full glory at 4K resolution. The following are the changes that are confirmed to be a part of this new update, which is around 4.22 GB in size.

  • 4K rendering
  • Higher anisotropy
  • Improved reflections
  • Improved object detail
  • Improved screen-space shadows

The update also reportedly runs at native 4K resolution. The PS4 Pro version of the game utilized checkerboard rendering to achieve its 4K resolution target while this doesn’t appear to be the case here. The screenshot below is from the Xbox One X version after the new update.

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Tom Clancy’s The Division is confirmed to get a sequel. The announcement by made by Ubisoft Massive who are working on the sequel, while they have also promised further post-launch update for The Division going forward.

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Tom Clancy’s The Division is available now for the PS4, Xbox One and PC. The game was developed by Ubisoft Massive on their Snowdrop Engine and published by Ubisoft.

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