Tom Clancy's The Division footage shown off

Ubisoft sprouts a new look at the Snowdrop engine.

Ubisoft has shown off a new look at its impressive Snowdrop engine, which is currently in development for PC and next-gen online shooter Tom Clancy's The Division.

Swedish-based Massive Entertainment released the developer diary below to coincide with GDC 2014 - it shows off the engine working with The Division and highlights its ease of use for rendering and placing objects and lighting.

Also showcased is an impressive-looking tech demo of a forest area - presumably running on PC.

Tom Clancy's The Division was originally announced at E3 2013 for launch late this year - although there was no word in Ubisoft's recent financial briefing that this was still the case.

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