The Division 2 Expects 4K/60 FPS Support On February 2 For Xbox Series X|S & PlayStation 5, Ubisoft Confirms

Posted on February 1, 2021 by Nick Moreno

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Turning back a few pages on the calendar to this past October, Ubisoft issued a blog post on the transition of its games in relevance to the then-coming next-generation consoles. Just less than two weeks away until both the Xbox Series X|S & PlayStation 5 both prepare for its release, the publisher revealed some of the advantages its games will perform on the latest console systems.

In that, more than a handful of its published releases were featured introducing new benchmarks for how the listed games are expected to operate on the newest hardware. Projects like Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Watch Dogs: Legion, For honor, and Rainbow Six Siege all illustrate better performance alongside a higher resolution output as well from both Xbox & PlayStation.

However, Ubisoft did leave out one game – The Division 2. But thankfully, the game is expected to receive next-generation enhancements this week according to Community Developer Johan Lindholm who confirmed it to take place this Tuesday, February 2nd.

As part of Title Update 12.1, The Division 2 is also expecting a limited-time, partner event. In collaboration with Capcom, Massive Entertainment announced that it will be incorporating Resident Evil content for players exploring D.C. to earn when participating. In-game items primarily centered around Raccoon City Police Department and other cosmetics are found to be included.

For players unfamiliar with The Division 2, but might following the coming update this week, we highly suggest you read our full review for the game. Rectify Gaming’s Adam Fererro told his time with the game to be “a fantastic action-shooter that invites players to take their own approach to a beautifully ruined Washington D.C. You can read the piece in its entirety by heading here.

Are you planning to play The Division 2 after the next-gen update?

The Division 2 is out now for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, and Stadia; supported on Xbox Series X|S & PlayStation 5 via backwards compatibility.

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