DirectX 12 is one of the main technologies that enable us to experience a much better quality gaming experience. Tom Clancy’s The Division, which has won and lost the players that lost it, has been delighted with the support of DirectX 12 for the test provider in November 2016. Ubisoft explained that DirectX 12 support, which we did not see in the last update, will be added to the actual servers of the game along with the next update.
Next week, along with a new update, Tom Clancy’s The Division will get DirectX 12 technology. With player-friendly updates and real innovations, the game that manages to increase the number of players is improving day by day. DirectX 12 support tested on PTS, or test servers, was not brought into play in the last update, disappointing the players. Ubisoft has been on this issue.
About this update, which will fix character controls and controller problems on the PC platform, “This update will also update to bring DirectX 12 support and get a clearer picture at high resolutions. We want you to know that we can not adjust the brightness when using DirectX 12, “Ubisoft said, indicating a minor error in this update.