MSI partners once again with Ubisoft to deliver the next-generation synchronized game lighting using the MSI Mystic Light’s Ambient Link Lighting with Tom Clancy’s The Division 2. The Division 2 is an action shooter RPG game with solo (PvE) and co-op (PvP) modes. The Division 2 features a story-driven campaign as well as a robust endgame with new progression, new activities, and new faction. Now, players can enjoy a new level of gaming immersion with The Division 2’s intense PVP activities along with the new synchronized game lighting.
MSI Mystic Light's Ambient Link perfectly synchronizes modular light panels and all Mystic Light loaded MSI GAMING products with on-screen gaming to create realistic ambient lighting that simulates in-game colour schemes and extends the game world into gamers' rooms. MSI and Ubisoft first offered this new level of game immersion with Assassin’s Creed Odyssey through MSI Mystic Light and Ambient Link. Today, MSI and Ubisoft will be adding the feature for Tom Clancy’s The Division 2.
MSI Mystic Light Ambient LinkMystic Light Sync’s exclusive feature is the Ambient Link, a cutting-edge function that connects your PC’s RGB lighting to the game storylines and dozens of lighting pre-sets. More than twenty default events in the game wherein the main character is in intense battle or eliminates the enemy with various skills activates a corresponding lighting effect. Aside from RGB lighting components on your PC, Ambient Link can create a visual scene on your gaming-space using modular RGB light panels such as the Nanoleaf Canvas. MSI Mystic Light and Ambient Link aim to be a step forward in giving the ultimate gaming experiences.
"It has been a pleasure working with Ubisoft to provide gamers with game lighting jointly designed by the game developers themselves. Tom Clancy's The Division 2 is an incredibly fascinating game. MSI Ambient Link takes Tom Clancy's The Division 2 to the next level and immerses gamers deeper into the game by translating in-game effects into real-time ambient lighting," says Sam Chern, MSI Assistant Vice President of Global Marketing.