Powered by the next-gen Snowdrop engine, Tom Clancy’s The Division sets a new bar in video game realism and open-world rendering. Experience a chaotic and devastated New York City like you have never seen before.
Next-gen Snowdrop Engine showcased in new Tom Clancy’s The Division trailer:
The tech demo reiterates that the Snowdrop Engine was created from the ground up for the Xbox One and PS4 title, and allows Massive Entertainment to create a world with high levels of detail.
Crucial to this is the volumetric lighting, which adds to the atmosphere created by the game’s changing weather and day/night cycle. The studio has approached lighting in a similar way to Hollywood studios, using light probes to capture lighting as realistically as possible in both indoor and outdoor environments.
4 thoughts on “Snowdrop Next-Gen Engine Brings Realistic Lighting and More to Xbox One and PS4”
If you look at the bottom of this link, it’s clearly written “PC-DVDROM”.
It should be released on PC too.
__very Good Graphics, awesome !!
…but.. I’ve seen all these “things” in my PC since 2 years ago.
Now that really is “next-gen”, impressive.
at least they won’t f*ck up PC version too hard
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