Tom Clancy's The Division Stuns at E3 2014
At E3 last year, Ubisoft unveiled Tom Clancy's The Division, a tactical shooter featuring lusciously detailed post-apocalyptic visuals, powered by Ubisoft's next-gen Snowdrop Engine.
A year later into its development, The Division re-emerged at E3 2014, and its harrowing depiction of a virus ravaged New York City is even more stunning to behold.
In the game, players assume the role of an agent part of a group known as The Division. The group is charged with taking the city back from the brink of annihilation spurred by a lethal pandemic unleashed on Black Friday. Players have the ability to choose their specific role in The Division, from a support-type role to a more offense-based, aggressive role.
During an exclusive interview with GeForce.com, Fredrick Rundqvist, Executive Producer on The Division, explained that the PC version of the game boasts high-end visual flourishes that take advantage of modern PC hardware including volumetric lighting and advanced particle effects. It will also launch with a slew of NVIDIA GameWorks technologies built into the experience.
"We're an old PC studio," said Rundqvist, "So, of course, we were delighted that we could [tell] fans that we're going to release the game on PC. We're happy to push the platform and give it all we can."
Check out our video interview above for Tom Clancy's The Division, which is slated to arrive on PC in 2015.