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Tom Clancy's The Division Gold Edition

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We live in a complex world. The more advanced it gets, the more vulnerable it becomes. We’ve created a house of cards: remove just one, and everything falls apart. 

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You’re part of the Division, an autonomous unit of tactical agents trained to operate independently. Your mission: protect what remains and restore hope.

TCTD Gold Edition includes:

  • The game

  • The Season Pass

  • An exclusive “National Guard” gear set

With the Season Pass, you'll receive a full year of major expansions and exclusive benefits. More details to be revealed soon!

PC EXCLUSIVE FEATURES

Massive Entertainment and Red Storm Entertainment have their roots in PC development. Both studios worked hard to craft a first-rate PC experience. The Division on PC is not a port, but a full-fledged, optimized version taking advantage of everything this platform has to offer:

PLAY IT YOUR WAY…

  • Flexible user interface: move, scale and adjust the opacity of the HUD.

  • Intuitive controls: navigate easily through the interface, inventory panels and map designed specifically to be used with a mouse or a controller.

  • Full mouse & keyboard support: opt for the high precision mouse and keyboard experience and switch to a controller in the middle of any encounter without interruption.

  • Text chat: team up with more agents of The Division by using the in-game text chat.

…FROM LAPTOP TO TRIPLE-SCREEN MONSTER COMPUTER.

  • Optimized graphic settings & customised GPU effects: adjust a vast variety of technology treats, from realistic lightning, shading, snow particles, local reflection, fog volumetric scattering, depth of field and much more…

  • Multi-GPU support: unleash the graphic power of the best computer set ups for jaw-dropping graphics powered by Massive Entertainment’s game engine Snowdrop.

  • Multi-screen support: play with up to 3 screens for the most immersive and stunning experience of The Division.

  • Multi-resolutions: opt for 1080p or 4k and automatically adapt the resolution to fit multi-screen configurations with FOV correction.

  • Unlocked framerate: let the most powerful computer reach the highest framerate.

  • HBA0+: enjoy the most realistic shadowing, lightning algorithm and ambient occlusion.

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Publisher:
Ubisoft
Developer:
Massive Entertainment
Genres:
RPGs, Adventure
Source:
Ubisoft
Released:
Tuesday, March 8, 2016
Modes:
Singleplayer
Languages:
English, Spanish, Russian, Portuguese-Brazil, Japanese, Italian, German, French
Headset:
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Customer notes

Russian language only available with Russian keys.

Minimum Requirements
  • Supported OS: Windows® 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (64-bit versions only).
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-2400 | AMD FX-6100, or better.
  • RAM: 6GB
  • 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 – See supported List*.
  • Notebook support: Laptop models of these desktop cards may work as long as they are on-par in terms of performance with at least the minimum configuration. For an up-to-date list of supported hardware, please visit the FAQ for this game on our website: http://support.ubi.com
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Hard Drive Space: 40 GB available space.
  • Optical Drive: DVD-ROM Dual Layer.
  • Peripherals Supported: Windows-compatible keyboard, mouse, headset, optional controller.
  • Multiplayer: Broadband connection with 256 kbps upstream, or faster.
Recommended Requirements
  • Supported OS: Windows® 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (64-bit versions only)
  • Processor: Intel Core i7-3770 | AMD FX-8350, or better.
  • RAM: 8GB
  • Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 | AMD Radeon R9 290, or better – See supported List*
  • Notebook support: Laptop models of these desktop cards may work as long as they are on-par in terms of performance with at least the minimum configuration. For an up-to-date list of supported hardware, please visit the FAQ for this game on our website: http://support.ubi.com
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Hard Drive Space: 40 GB available space.
  • Optical Drive: DVD-ROM Dual Layer.
  • Peripherals Supported: Windows-compatible keyboard, mouse, headset, optional controller.
  • Multiplayer: Broadband connection with 512 kbps upstream, or faster.
  • *Supported NVIDIA cards at time of release: GeForce GTX500 series: GeForce GTX560 (2 GB VRAM) or better • GeForce GTX600 series: GeForce GTX660 or better • GeForce GTX700 series: GeForce GTX760 or better • GeForce GTX900 Titan series: GeForce GTX960 or better
  • *Supported AMD cards at time of release: Radeon HD7000 series: Radeon HD7770 (2 GB VRAM) or better • Radeon 200 series: Radeon R7 270 or better • Radeon 300/Fury X series: Radeon R7 370 or better.
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Reviews for Tom Clancy's The Division Gold Edition

70
Who is The Division?

The Division is not by any means a bad game. It is fun, has lots of content, and looks really good. But The Division has one vital flaw that takes away from the game as a whole. The Division is stuck in an endless identity crisis. The Division is trying to be so many things at once, and never necessarily perfects anything, its just very average. It tries to capture the looter shooter gun play of games like destiny and borderlands, but never quite rewards you the way it needs to. It tries to capture the 3rd person cover shooter feel of games like gears of war, but it feels repetitive after a short amount of time. It tries to capture the open world pvp scope of games like Guild Wars 2 but ultimately collapses on itself. It tries to have a successful online community and economy like World of Warcraft or Final Fantasy 14, but can't find the sweet spot. This is a game that is still working to find itself, and in time, it may reach that point where it truly becomes The Division between all of the things it tries to be, and finally earn its place among the greats.

80
Good bundle of a decent Unisoft game

If you want to read my review of the actual base game, check it out over there. Ubisoft always releases a "gold" edition of their games, which includes all the little odds and ends that the game will eventually offer, and so far they've only released the one new DLC. Having the gold edition for a game like this is sometimes just a good idea from the start, it will enable you to continually grab all the new content introduced to the game, hopefully giving you plenty of extra hours to throw into it. The Division is a pretty decent game, nothing too special, and I definitely would like to put more time into it, and with the DLC they've announced so far, I'd definitely recommend grabbing this if you're really wanting to get into this game.

50
When Society Falls...We also Fall

My previous review made on the Division regular edition was focused on the single/multi-player gameplay, and as presented the Division provide a solid cooperative gaming experience, but not a solo one, so how it might get better ? of course ! by adding another content to the game in order to keep it alive, the gold edition main feature is that you are getting the season pass along with a lesser important additions ( in my opinion ) like exclusive gear and content, but right now with the launch of the game people are focused on what this game has to deliver, and it disappointed a lot of gamers, so the gold edition was an incentive to buy the game, back where the beta phase was on, but now gamers are looking for a fundamental changes in the game, and the Division supposedly will have big plans for the future, but for the time being we are not certain from that. So if you already having second thoughts about the game itself then definitely don't buy the gold edition, but if you are certain that you will enjoy the game and 100% sure about Ubisoft plans for future content, then why not, but personally I don't recommend getting the gold edition if the season pass is you primary concern then wait a little so we can get a glimpse over the future of the Division contents.

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