The Division Multi-Monitor Support & System Specs Revealed Via Readme; Clientfile Indicates Denuvo Tech
The readme file from The Division Beta has listed the official system requirements for Ubisoft’s upcoming tactical-shooter. The game will have Multi-monitor support, and on top of that, the game’s allegedly leaked clientfile indicates that Denuvo anti-temper technology.
Earlier this week we already reported that Ubisoft Russia might have revealed the system specs for The Division early on. At it turns out, these specs are correct, as confirmed by game’s readme file that has surfaced online.
1.1 Minimum system requirements
Operating system: Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (64-bit versions only)
Processor: Intel Core i5-2400, AMD FX-6100 or equivalent
Video card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 with 2GB VRAM, AMD Radeon HD 7770 with 2GB VRAM or better
System RAM: 6GB
HDD: 40GB free space
Peripherals: Windows-compatible keyboard, mouse, and headset
Multiplayer: Broadband connection with 256 kbps upstream
1.2 Recommended system requirements
Operating system: Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (64-bit versions only)Advertisement
Processor: Intel Core i7-3770, AMD FX-8350 or equivalent
Video card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970, AMD Radeon R9 290 or better
System RAM: 8GB
HDD: 40GB free space
Peripherals: Windows-compatible keyboard, mouse, headset
Multiplayer: Broadband connection with 512 kbps upstream
Interestingly, the readme also mentions that the game will have multi-monitor support:
Multiple monitor support: Tom Clancy’s The Division supports multiple monitors, and you can configure your setup under the user interface section of the settings menu. For best results, it is recommended you use these options in conjunction with your video card’s Surround (Nvidia™) or Eyefinity™(AMD™) support.
With regards to cracking protection, we can report that a leaked beta clientfile indicates that the game will be using DENUVO Anti-Temper technology.
Some recent titles that make use of DENUVO’s Anti-Temper tech include, MGS V: The Phantom Pain, FIFA 16, and Just Cause 3. Recently, piracy group 3DM nearly gave up attempting to crack JC3, due to the difficulties associated with the process.