Tom Clancy’s The Division to Receive DirectX 12 Support Next Week

In their most recent “State of the Game” announcement, Ubisoft has revealed plans to release a new patch for Tom Clancy’s The Division next week that will address a few notable issues while also enabling DirectX 12 support in the client. We also catch a brief amount of news about the forthcoming Update 1.6:

There was a maintenance today to perform the usual duties and deploy a fix.

– Fixed an issue where some players were not able to collect the reward for completing all side missions in a zone.

Next week we will be deploying a patch on PC to address a multitude of issues.

– Fixed the issue that caused the loss of character controls
– Lowered performance impact with high CPU usage
– Fixed issues with controllers on PC

This patch will also activate DirectX12 which should provide better optimization for higher resolutions. Please note that there is a known issue with DirectX12 where you are not able to change the brightness.

We are excited to announce that we will be hosting another Elite Task Force. This time around we will be focusing on PvP balancing and the Dark Zone for Update 1.6. It will be hosted at Red Storm in North Carolina from January 11th to 13th. Read more about it and learn how to sign up here!

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