3 hour ago – 4:00 AM on 02.08.2016 // Vikki Blake

PCMR 4EVA

Ubisoft has intentionally kept the PC version of The Division ”in check” with the console editions.

While the PC version will be have a greater range of graphical settings, the developer has also introduced some PC-like settings to consoles, too.

“One good thing about The Division is we’ve always considered the PC as a separate platform,” the developer in a YouTube interview (via NeoGAF). “We do have to keep it in check with the consoles – it would be kind of unfair to push it so far away from them. But it’s been good having a dedicated PC build for this game.”

“I’m really happy that we’re pushing the PC build as much as we are; there’s a lot more customised options than the console.”

PC participants of The Division’s recent beta claimed the game was rife with cheaters.

The Division is set to release on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on March 8, 2016. If you’ve yet to access a closed beta, you can jump into an open one later this month. 

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