Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 Requires DirectX 12

<p><a href=""><strong>The Division Credits</strong></a> Tom Clancy&rsquo;s The Division is a RPG features all elements of action high-tech warfare and free to explore world map and becoming one of the most popular FPS games in the world on PS4 PC and Xbox One since its release in 2016. The story occurred in mid-crisis Manhattan with destructedbuildings. Tom Clancy&rsquo;s The Division 2 sequel to the shared world online third person shooter/RPG hybrid launched in March 2016 now has an official page on Steam.Interestingly the listing mentions DirectX 12 compatible hardware (GPU) as a minimum requirement to run the game on PC.<br />
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Hopefully that means the folks at Ubisoft Massive were able to successfully use DirectX 12 to improve performance across the board without having to raise the CPU/GPU requirements too much. It shouldn&rsquo;t be an issue for anyone serious about PC gaming anyway as the first cards with DirectX 12 launched in 2012 (NVIDIA&rsquo;s GTX 600 series and AMD&rsquo;s Radeon HD 7000 series).<br />
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There&rsquo;s now a lot of gameplay footage of The Division 2 available on YouTube.<a href=""><strong>Cheap The Division Credits</strong></a> Below you can find an official one captured at 4K and 60frames per second on the new specializations available at the endgame.The Division 2 is out March 15th 2019 for PC PlayStation 4 and Xbox One three years and one week after the previous entry.</p>

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