Open-air shooter fans who have decided to pre-order Tom Clancy's The Division 2 can begin to perform pre-loading on their own platform of choice.
The new blockbuster Ubisoft's free roaming will require a hard disk space similar to those of similar triple A-rated productions at the open world, as we can easily guess from the greatness of the Washington DC map, from the wide range of modes available at launch and from gameplay innovations promised us by the developers of Massive Entertainment .
Regardless of the system chosen to wear the role of Divisional agents and hunt down the criminals that rage in the streets of the now former US federal capital, The Division 2 will require a disk space of no less than 41 GB.
On PC, for example, who has preordered the title on Uplay will have to download 41.76 GB of data, while those who wanted to book it on Epic Games Store will have to pour it on their hard disk 49 GB . On console, however, the situation is a bit 'different: despite the title has a similar weight on both systems (of 42 and 44 GB ), on PlayStation 4 is required one initial space of 89.83 GB by virtue of the particular method used by Sony to "preallocate" the disk space during the installation phase.
On the Xbox One and PS4, the pre-load phase should occur automatically when the console is turned back on. On PC, however, the preloading of the game requires the reboot of the client of the chosen store to buy the title, ie Uplay and Epic Games Store.
In any case, the launch of Tom Clancy's The Division 2 is scheduled for March 15 on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, but with the possibility to play it three days in advance deciding to book one of the special versions of the TPS of Ubisoft.