Graphics Downgrade May Happen For Tom Clancy’s The Division

I have a PS4 and a gaming PC, and so I don’t see myself as a PC gamer only.  With this being said, I hate to see a company downgrades a game’s graphics, because the developer of such a game would fear that gamers — who have lower tier PCs and consoles — may feel left behind.  Instead of downgrading a game’s graphics, why don’t they release the digital versions of a game that could cater to both lower tier and higher tier game platforms?  Saving time and money, they don’t have to over do it.  Let’s say, they can release a single lower tier version of the game which targets all consoles and lower tier PCs, and they can release highest tier version of the game which targets the priciest and most powerful PCs.  This way, when the gamers who have only lower tier version of the game could then always upgrade their game platform when they want to play the higher tier version of the game.  No one will be left behind this way!  By releasing games digitally, the developer won’t have to worry about the physical manufacturing cost of the game, thus game with more tier versions won’t incur higher cost when it’s time to be published.

I was very excited about how awesome the graphics for an upcoming game “Tom Clancy’s The Division.”  Rumors or not, I now have doubted about the integrity of the original graphics announcement of this game, because various sources online have been written how the developer of this game would downgrade the graphics of this game.  Gamers like me who own both console and PC game platforms may be interested not only in the graphics of a game, but we also like to see good content within a game.  With that being said, gamers like me would love to experience something that could expand our imagination, and so immersion would always be a welcoming thing for us.  Thus, I think it’s a shame to see a game with awesome graphics gets a graphics downgrade.  I sure hope The Division would not get a graphics downgrade when it comes out in March of 2016.

Amazing Next Generation Snowdrop Game Engine Demonstrates Tom Clancy’s The Division

Video gaming is getting more exciting as time progresses.  Not only because of how game developers are trying to outdo one another for all the reasons there are about making games, as if I know what I’m talking about.  You know, assuming that is that, but anyhow… I’ve digressed.  What’s important is that how game engine has been progressing since the first game was made… as if I know what I’m talking about again.  Nonetheless, you just have to have your jaw drops for Snowdrop Engine which demonstrates Tom Clancy’s The Division (I guess it will be his next video game — RIP Tom Clancy as I’m your fan for titles such as Splinter Cell Blacklist).  It’s mind blowing how games have gotten so much clarity and realism, and that’s really help in making gamers like me who want to really be immersive in a gameplay.  Enough from reading my garbage, just watch the darn video right after the break and you will love it — if you’re a gamer that is!