The ambitious action game from home UviSoft Which will be launched in March will require hardware from the last five years to operate, and hardware from the last two years to look its best
Although there are quite a few question marks in the wake of the relative disappointments we received from Watch_Dogs, The Crew and the recent titles of Assassin's Creed, the game of the French distributor Ufisoft is still coming in To the top ten titles we expect most in the coming year - by promising to make New York City a box of violent and challenging games.
The Division is supposed to land at our end In March, After a variety of delays and delays since it was exposed In the middle of 2013, And now in the developer Exposing its system requirements, Which sounds reasonable enough but come with an interesting asterisk worth paying attention to.
The minimum requirements for operating the tactical action game include an Intel Core i5-2400 quad-core processor or an AMD FX-6100 hexagon processor, significant 6GB RAM, free 40GB storage, Windows 7, 8.1, or 10 (In 64 bit versions only, of course) and a GeForce GTX 560's graphics card NVIDIA Or Radeon HD's 7770 I HAVE D.
The best requirements for the best experience include a Core i7-3770 quad-core Intel processor or FX-8350 octagonal cores from the most advanced cores I HAVE D, 8GB or more RAM and a GeForce GTX 970 or sample video card Radeon R9 290.
The asterisk we mentioned above comes after all this detail, noting that along with the minimal graphics card models specified, there are actually minimum requirements for each of the graphics card generations of NVIDIA and-I HAVE D. In other words, the supported cards are minimal by the Division, the GeForce GTX 660, the GeForce GTX 760, the GeForce GTX 960,Radeon R7 270 andRadeon R7 370 from the other side.
So it seems strange that models such as the GeForce GTX 950 or the -Radeon R7 360, which is more powerful than the minimum requirements for video cards, are not supported by UviSoft. It is not clear whether this is what is behind the minimum system requirements in other titles, and it is not clear whether the models mentioned in the previous paragraph will actually be able to operate the game properly (in spite of their absence from the official statement) - and therefore it will be very interesting to see what happens when the game reaches The stores, or at least start their beta testing at the end of this month. We will continue to follow and update.