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‘Tom Clancy’s The Division’ Role Playing Game To Use ‘Snowdrop’ Graphics Engine To Provide Real-Time Experience To Gamers.

'Tom Clancy's The Division' Role Playing Game To Use 'Snowdrop' Graphics Engine To Provide Real-Time Experience To Gamers.

“Tom Clancy’s The Division,” role playing video game, was rumored to have some malfunction issues in recent times, according to Youth Health Magazine .
The open-world video game was supposed of having some visual graphics issue and was under maintenance. A gamer, named MacroStyle highlighted the degraded quality of the game, in terms of graphics and visual effects, on his YouTube channel. He used the Ubisoft’s presentation for the game and made his point, reported Christian Post.

Ubisoft, the developer of the game, has ruled out the rumours saying that, the game is in the phase of development and is not facing any complications. The developer also highlighted the usage of “Snowdrop” graphics engine in the upcoming game, which would help to improvise the quality and graphics of the game with additional game details.
The engine will also make the video game look more close to reality and will also help to expand the visuals in terms of reflections and shadows.  
According to Master Herald , the new game promises the gamers of new exciting environments with excellent graphics and detailed information, according to a player who recently got the opportunity to try out the demo game, during the PAX Prime event in August.
Ubisoft participated in two events for the promotion of the game recently, “Penny Arcade eXpo (PAX) Prime” and “Euro Gamer eXpo.” The developer gave various game enthusiasts a chance to play the demo game and also revealed the trailer of the game.
The “Tom Clancy’s The Division” game is slated to release next year on March 8. It would be made available on all the gaming consoles like, Personal Computers, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The developer has assured all the gamers that the much awaited game would release on time and there would be no delay from Ubisoft’s end, reported Cross Map.
 
 

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