The Division PC: here’s a look at the game running on Ultra settings

By Stephany Nunneley, Friday, 29 January 2016 18:19 GMT

With the closed beta live for The Division on all platforms, it’s time to take another look at the PC version – running at max settings.

In this video, our man Arekkz shows you over 18 minutes of The Division running on Ultra settings.

The PC being used sports a Nvidia GTX 980Ti video card, Intel i7 processor and 16GB RAM, while displaying at 1080p and running 60fps. He’s also using an Xbox One controller because he likes how it feels.

Arekkz says the PC version runs much smoother than the console version. While the console version still looks great, the lighting and atmosphere in the PC version really shines with the Ultra settings in place.

You can find out if your PC has what it takes to run the game by going over the spec list.

You can also check out Arekkz’s video from last week where he goes over the PC version’s control scheme, max settings and UI options.

The Division will be made available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One March 8, and if you’re diving into the beat this weekend, be sure to check out our guide on the game’s Dark Zone.

If you’re looking for a group to play the beta with, sign up with’s Division LFG service.

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