The Division has just been updated with the latest patch, bringing with it new features that gamers will appreciate. Though the full patch notes have yet to be released, there are some details that have already been divulged thanks to the notes from the console.
It appears that the resolution of the third person shooter/RPG in The Division PS4 Pro patch will now be increased to 1080P, an improvement from the previous 900 P. However, the user interface of the video game will be delivered in 4K, or 2160P. These changes may disappoint gamers with PlayStation 4 Pro who expect a greater native resolution.
But the notes that come with The Division PS4 Pro patch mentioned that the game's enhanced graphic settings will result in the improved rendering of reflections and shadows. The amount of storage space that this latest patch of the game will require in the console is approximately 2.3 GB of its hard drive. However, Ubisoft Massive did not mention if there is HDR support for the game.
This type of support is what gamers are hoping that The Division PS4 Pro patch will have in the future. Meanwhile, they can enhance their gaming experience by using PCs that are powerful enough. The best would be PCs that have 4K resolution and are equipped with the latest NVIDIA graphic drivers.
This video game has been well-received by the gaming community since its release in March 2016. Developed by Ubisoft Massive, it is a role-playing game set in New York City in the near future. The player takes the role of an agent of the Strategic Homeland Division or simply The Division. His job is to help the group that rebuilds its Manhattan operations. Its latest update is the PS4 Pro patch.