How to Play Tom Clancy’s The Division with Eye Tracking

Your eyes support your gameplay.

Let them run through the ravaged streets of New York to gaze, tag, aim, or take cover in a mid-crisis Manhattan. As a Division agent, your objective is to restore order by investigating the source of a deadly virus.

We promise you one thing: Your vision will blur the borders of your screen and New York.

Genre: Action, Adventure

Platform: PC, Eye Tracker

Publisher: Ubisoft

Developer: Massive Entertainment

Store: UPlay

Eye Tracking Features

Without Eye Tracking

You need to move the cross hair to where you want to shoot manually.

With Eye Tracking

The scene camera will automatically move in the direction of your target, adding target acquisition speed and accuracy to the gameplay. If necessary, fine adjust to shoot your enemy with the controller, and then fire.

Without Eye Tracking

Move the controller to where you want to go manually.

With Eye Tracking

Look to a point in which you want to take cover, press the prompt button to run and take cover. Combine this feature with Extended View to quickly locate targets while in cover – adding target acquisition speed to the gameplay.

Without Eye Tracking

Move the cross hair to where you want to throw manually, make fine adjustments with the controller if necessary, and press the fire command.

With Eye Tracking

The scene camera will automatically centre on the direction you want to throw. Adjust with the controller, and press the fire button which will launch the grenade – adding target acquisition speed and accuracy to the gameplay.

Without Eye Tracking

Move the cross hair, then manually select the enemy you want to tag.

With Eye Tracking

Look at an enemy you want to tag for your teammates, and press the prompt button – facilitating group target acquisition speed and awareness.

Without Eye Tracking

 Move the scene camera with your game controller to look out for enemies or check your surroundings.

With Eye Tracking

The centre of the screen follows your eyes as your gaze reaches the edge of the screen, broadening your field of view, and increasing your situational awareness.

Without Eye Tracking

Open the mega-map, direct the cursor to your chosen location manually, and select a spot.

With Eye Tracking

Open the mega-map, browse quickly through key locations when you look at them, and click to mark a spot – enhancing the mega-map ease of use.

Without Eye Tracking

All the HUD elements are on the screen when you are playing.

With Eye Tracking

You get more screen real estate, since all the HUD elements are almost transparent when you are not looking at them – this feature affords less on-screen distractions.

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What is Eye Tracking?

Learn about the technology that gives gamers the ability to play in new, immersive ways, while allowing game studios to create powerful game experiences that was previously impossible.


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