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The Division Console Graphics Settings Detailed; Ability to Hide HUD, Damage Numbers, & More
A leaked image from the upcoming Tom Clancy’s The Division is making rounds on the Internet detailing the console graphics settings that users will be able to play with.
With almost one week until the game’s beta test officially commences, it seems like the game is currently underway some sort of pre-beta phase to ensure that everything goes smooth.
Coming back to the said image; aside from usual Brightness, Chromatic Aberration, and Sharpness settings, it looks like players will be able to disable HUD, Radar, Player Level, Damage Numbers, and more.
While it may not seem much, these minor graphical settings can render the experience more immersive for some people by removing additional things from screen such as Damage Numbers, Player Level, etc.
Tom Clancy’s The Division is slated to undergo a closed beta on Jan. 28, 2016 on Xbox One and on Jan. 29, 2016 on Playstation 4 and PC – the beta will end on Jan. 31 across all platforms. Since it is a big download, Ubisoft has confirmed that players will be able to pre-load the beta 48 hours before the launch.
Those who wish to participate in the beta can pre-order the game which guarantees 100% access or sign-up to get added in the Waiting List which does not guarantee confirmed access.
The Division is scheduled to release on Mar. 08, 2016 for PC, Playstation 4, and Xbox One.