Ubisoft has announced today Agent Origins, a short live-action film coming to Amazon Prime Video. The short film deals with the backstory of four Division agents. Get a glimpse with the 4K trailer inside. As a reminder, Tom Clancy's The Division beta will go live next week while the game itself will launch on March 8.
UBISOFT® BRINGS TOM CLANCY’S THE DIVISION AGENT ORIGINS SHORT LIVE-ACTION FILM TO PRIME VIDEO
Amazon Prime members will have access to the short live-action film and exclusive bonus content at no additional cost to their membership
SAN FRANCISCO — January 19, 2016 — Today, Ubisoft® announced that Agent Origins, a short live-action film based on Tom Clancy’s The Division™ video game will come to Amazon Prime Video.
Developed by Ubisoft and produced by Corridor Digital in collaboration with top talent, RocketJump and devinsupertramp, Agent Origins is a thrilling live-action narrative short film that brings to life the backstory of four Division agents. Starting on January 19, Amazon Prime members will be able to watch the episode compilation in a thirty-minute short film version with five minutes of exclusive scenes via the Amazon Video app on TV’s, connected devices and mobile devices or online at <536c>http://www.amazon.com/PrimeVideo.536c>
“We’re excited to be able to offer our content across multiple platforms,” said Corridor Digital’s Niko Pueringer. “It has been an adventure to bring the world of Tom Clancy’s The Division to life.”
“Agent Origins and this first of its kind collaboration with Amazon is exciting and we’re thrilled that Amazon Prime members will be able to take advantage of watching exclusive footage that won’t be available anywhere else,” said Adam Novickas, VP of marketing at Ubisoft. “Agent Origins will provide the opportunity to introduce the game lore to consumers and immerse Amazon members into the world of The Division before the game’s anticipated release.”
Tom Clancy’s The Division will launch on March 8, 2016 for Xbox One, PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system and Windows PC.
Yea that's sorta like turning up the "digital vibrance" setting in the Nvidia control panel. Without HDR we're just seeing more saturated colors. (5 Hours ago)
If it was, that would be great as there would be no need to buy a HDR TV to watch HDR content as any SDR screen would be able to show HDR the same as HDR screens. I wish it was like that though. (6 Hours ago)
Mostly what you can see is a richer color palette due to a wider color gamut and bloom/brightness. Though it's not the same, unfortunately. (6 Hours ago)
You can see it here in both the "Nano Cell" and "HDR" sections on this LG TV: [url] It's still not the same as watching in person. SDR screens can't show HDR. (6 Hours ago)
@Moonwalker: Yes, you can see a difference, but only on colors and bloom. It's the same type of thing that TV manufacturers use to describe what HDR is with images. same. (6 Hours ago)
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