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Ubisoft has shown glimpses of The Division at many conferences since 2013 and finally this year, on 8th March, we would be able to play the game. It was on our list of most anticipated games of 2016. You can view the whole list here. The game has  a lot of hype surrounding it and if Ubisoft is able to pull off what they have actually promised for the game, this title may actually wash off some of the negative stain that the company has gathered over recent years.

Minimum Requirements

Processor:Intel Core i5-2400 | AMD FX-6100, or better.


Video Card:NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 with 2 GB VRAM (current equivalent NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760) | AMD Radeon HD 7770 with 2 GB VRAM, or better

Hard Drive Space:40 GB available space.


To be honest, it seems that games are becoming more optimized for the PC. Last year, the minimum requirements were at a GTX 660, whereas this year we are seeing even Ubisoft going with a GTX 560 (Which is reasonably slower that a 660). At lower resolutions almost any GPU like an a GT 840 or AMD R7 series should be able to handle it just fine. The RAM requirement again is not surprising because 8 GB is a common occurrence now and if you’re still on 4 GB, it’s high time that you get another 4 GB stick. As for hard disk requirements, 40 GB is becoming a norm now, with most games requiring 40-60 GB of space. According to us the minimum requirements are pretty average when taking into account, the games of 2015.

Processor:Intel Core i7-3770 | AMD FX-8350, or better.


Video Card:NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 | AMD Radeon R9 290, or better

Hard Drive Space:40 GB available space.

Not much can be said about recommended specs because this config is for those who want close to Ultra Settings 60 FPS gameplay. A PC is a gaming system in which- The more you invest, the more greedy you become (In terms of performance). With that said the only element that is out of the ordinary is the requirement of a GTX 970 which is a very powerful card. A GTX 970 is a bit more powerful than a GTX 770 but well, all you get is a difference of 5-10 FPS, which does not matter much when yu are playing at around 60 FPS.

There you go, now you know if your PC will be able to handle The Division or not. Let us know what you think about the system requirements of the game. Adios.

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