Ubisoft details The Division 2's system requirements

Ubisoft revealed the Division 2 system requirements for PC today, laying out four different hardware specs and what sort of performance you can expect from each of them. It also nailed down the game's PC-specific features, including support for uncapped framerates and resolutions, multiscreen and widescreen displays, HDR, variable refresh rates, and a fully customizable interface and HUD. 

Full credit to Ubi for being thorough: 

The Division 2: Minimum system requirements – 1080p | 30 FPS 

  • OS: Windows 7 | 8 | 10
  • CPU: AMD FX-6350 | Intel Core I5-2500K
  • RAM: 8 GM
  • GPU: AMD Radeon R9 270 | Nvidia Geforce GTX 670
  • VRAM: 2 GB
  • DirectX: DirectX 11 | 12

The Division 2: Recommended system requirements – 1080p | 60 FPS 

  • OS: Windows 7 | 8 | 10
  • CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 1500X | Intel Core I7-4790
  • RAM: 8 GB
  • GPU: AMD RX 480 | Nvidia Geforce GTX 970
  • VRAM: 4 GB
  • DirectX: DirectX 11 | 12

The Division 2: High system requirements – 1440p | 60 FPS 

  • OS: Windows 7 | 8 | 10
  • CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 1700 | Intel Core I7-6700K
  • RAM: 16 GB
  • GPU: AMD RX Vega 56 | Nvidia Geforce GTX 1070
  • VRAM: 8 GB
  • DirectX: DirectX 11 | 12

The Division 2: Elite system requirements – 4K | 60 FPS 

  • OS: Windows 7 | 8 | 10
  • CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 2700X | Intel Core I9-7900X
  • RAM: 16 GB
  • GPU: AMD Radeon VII | Nvidia Geforce RTX 2080 TI
  • VRAM: 11 GB
  • DirectX: DirectX 11 | 12

One thing you won't need is a Steam account: That's because Ubisoft announced earlier that The Division 2, and other upcoming Ubi games, will not be released on that platform, but will instead be available sort-of-exclusively on the Epic Games Store, as well as from Ubisoft directly and other "select online or physical retailers." (There's no list of which ones just yet, but it may be limited to sellers outside of North America: Amazon UK has it, for instance, but Amazon.com does not.) Preordering from any of them will also get you access to the "private beta," whenever that happens.   

We got a brief bit of hands-on time with The Division 2 last summer, and it was good, if not particularly innovative, with longer lines of sight, "tighter" co-op play, and enemies who feel more threatening: "The Division 2 does what the first game did," we wrote, "only more of it." It's set to come out on March 15.