January 24, 2019

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The Division 2 – Ubisoft Partners With Corsair and Tobii For Heightened Immersion

As The Division 2's March 15 release date rapidly approaches, Corsair and Ubisoft have partnered to give PC players quite the light show. Using Corsair iCUE software, you can synchronize compatible Corsair components and peripherals to provide dynamic lighting feedback to your actions to help set the mood. Get spotted by an enemy? Your components will flash red to alert you. Standing too close to a fire? You'll be surrounded by flickering orange lights. The lighting will also shift in real time to reflect the time of day and weather. This marks the second collaboration between Corsair and Ubisoft, following the integration of iCUE lighting into Far Cry 5 last year.

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Ubisoft has also partnered with Tobii to integrate eye-tracking features into The Division 2. With a Tobii eye tracker, actions like taking cover, marking an enemy, taking aim, and throwing grenades can all be done by focusing your gaze on your target. Additionally, features like Extended View (which lets players move and re-center the camera with their eyes) and Clean UI (which makes your HUD elements nearly invisible until you focus on them) give players an even more immersive experience and better view of their environments.

The Division 2 launches on PC, PS4, and Xbox One on March 15. For more information, check out our previous coverage.

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