Anyone who plays Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 and already owns one of the next-gen consoles can now pull out the calendar. The update for technical improvements on PS5 and Xbox Series X has now been dated.
The post-apocalypse of Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 will soon be even more opulent. As has now become known, the game from Ubisoft on next-gen consoles is to be visually drilled out in a timely manner.
A corresponding update has now been given a specific date by Johan Lindholm, Community Manager at Ubisoft Massive. The Title Update 12.1 should therefore be available from February 2nd. Part of this patch will be an update to 4K at 60 fps for “next-gen consoles”.
No State of the Game tomorrow.
TU12.1 releases on Feb 2nd with the Resident Evil Apparel Event, a rebalance of the Optimization Station cost as well as 4K 60 FPS support for next gen consoles.
– Johan (@JohanLnh) January 26, 2021
Lindholm is not more precise, so that it is at least questionable whether this value will also be achieved on the Xbox Series S. PS5 and Xbox Series X should be considered safe in this regard.
Incidentally, the update mentioned is the same as the cross-over event with the Resident Evil horror series. In addition, the optimization stations are rebalanced by the patch.