Tom Clancy's The Division 2 game details
Tom Clancy's The Division 2 is expected to take place shortly after the events in the original game, but potentially in a new city. More information about The Division 2 is coming in this year's E3.
Here are the Tom Clancy's The Division 2 System Requirements (Minimum)
- CPU: Core i5-2500 / AMD FX-6350
- CPU SPEED: Info
- RAM: 8 GB
- OS: Windows 7 64-bit
- VIDEO CARD: GeForce GTX 660 / Radeon 7870
- PIXEL SHADER: 5.0
- VERTEX SHADER: 5.0
- DEDICATED VIDEO RAM: 2048 MB
Can my computer play Tom Clancy’s The Division 2?
Ubisoft first announced news about the development of The Division 2 on March 9, 2018 with plans to release it about one year later on March 15, 2019. The online action role-playing game is being developed by Massive Entertainment and combat takes place from the third-person perspective. If you played the first game, the story for The Division 2 takes place roughly seven months after the concluding events of The Division, except this time you’ll be in Washington D.C. as opposed to Manhattan. Many of the exciting features that made the original game so much fun are back, and certain aspects have been vastly improved upon, especially end-game content. Are you and your computer ready to join humanity’s last stand as a proud member of the Division? Read on to find out more details about The Division 2 and its system requirements.
The Division 2 was built using the same engine (Snowdrop) that was used to create games like The Division and South Park: The Fractured But Whole. Currently, there are no confirmed official system requirements, but we predict that they will not be much higher than its predecessor from 2016. Since the original minimum requirements were set at the GeForce GTX 560/Radeon HD 7770 alongside a Core i5-2400/AMD-FX-6100, it’s very plausible that the minimum requirements for The Division 2 are around the GeForce GTX 660/Radeon HD 7850. The minimum CPU needed will most likely be around the Core i5-2500/AMD FX-6350, but there is also the possibility that the minimum requirements remain the same, like with HITMAN and HITMAN 2, while only adjusting the upper end.
If you want to be able to play Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 with a stable 60 frames per second, then you’ll need a PC that meets or exceeds the recommended system requirements. The recommended requirements are sure to be a fair bit higher than those of The Division, especially on the AMD side of things since AMD and Ubisoft partnered up for this title. Because of this partnership, you can probably expect some eye popping features from top-end AMD cards, like the Radeon Rx Vega 56. A similar partnership existed when Far Cry 5 was in development, and the results for that project were astonishing so PC gamers with AMD products should be excited for the future!
Ubisoft has already announced that they will be hosting a free Beta period before the game fully releases. Players who pre-order The Division 2 will automatically be entered into the Beta, while others can sign up online.