Tom Clancy's The Division is back once again, except this time it's on PC. Miguel managed to find time to capture some gameplay footage during his lunch break so we all should be thankful. The game runs very smoothly at 1440p with his recently aquired GTX 980 Ti, but he could only record some 1080p videos to maintain a steady framerate with Mirillis Action! All the videos were captured in 5.1, only one of them has already been uploaded. Note: Chromatic aberrations have been deactivated in these videos. Update: Second video added. Update2: 2 videos added.
Hardware used to capture these videos:
- Intel i7 5930K @ 4.6 GHz
- Asus X99-Deluxe
- 16 GB DDR4 1600 MHz
- NVIDIA Gigabyte GTX 980 Ti G1 GAMING 6 GB @ 1492/7200 MHz
Capture software: Mirillis Action!
Not sure how he has those wands tracking like that, though. (2 Hours ago)
@toelessfoot: Looks like a smart and cheap solution that. Wouldnt mind trying it. I don't get motion sick from Skyrim now, but that would keep it to a minimum for anyone trying it. (2 Hours ago)
i'm twords the end too, the final summit climb (5 Hours ago)
maybe i should record and upload some of it (5 Hours ago)
down. i'm probably going to try other games, and maybe clean up some free space and rebuild the database, but i've never had this kind of problems. (5 Hours ago)
man, my ps4 is goind crazy playing god of war. i noticed the game was seamless fluidity, and only on the boar i noticed pop-ip of lighting. now fights and jumping and little rooms have 5 frames slowdo (5 Hours ago)