PS5 and Xbox Series X owners are about to see a huge upgrade coming to Ubisoft's The Division 2. On February 2, Ubisoft will push out a next-gen upgrade, giving the game 4K visuals with 60fps gameplay.
This bit of news comes to us per The Division's community developer Johan Lindholm. In responding to a tweet (opens in new tab) from a fan, Lindholm confirmed the update.
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Because both the PS5 and Xbox Series X are architecturally very similar to its predecessors, we've seen many games get that next-gen treatment. This includes obvious cross-generation games like Assassin's Creed Valhalla and DIRT 5, to some surprises such as For Honor, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and Nioh 2.
All of this is welcome news for owners of last-gen systems that are finding it particularly difficult to find a PS5 or Xbox Series X. It means you can enjoy your current copy of The Division 2, and know that you'll get a much better experience when you do finally upgrade to the new console.
Both the PS5 and Xbox Series X remain difficult to find on store shelves, as a flurry of fans and speculating scalpers rush in to buy available stock. If you're still struggling to find a next-gen system, we're constantly updating our pages for both. Be sure to bookmark our where to buy PS5 and where to buy Xbox Series X pages.