The COVID pandemic has caused many long-awaited video game delays. One of them is Dying Light 2, the sequel to one of the most striking titles of the generation of PS4 and Xbox One, by the Polish studio Techland. To this day, it looks like the game will be out this year 2021.
After learning that Dying Light 2 will last about 20 hours in its main mission, now its creators want to calm the community, indicating that the PS4 and Xbox One versions will be up to the task. Moreover, this has been one of the reasons for the continuous delays of the project, which was initially going to go on sale last year.
In other words, Techland promises in an interview with Wccftech that Dying Light 2 will not be a ” Cyberpunk 2077 case ” on last generation consoles, although logically the focus is on the versions of PS5 and Xbox Series X | S, on which they have also spoken.
The creators of Dying Light 2 explain that the versions of PS5 and Xbox Series X | S they want to offer quality, performance and optimization to users. The goals are to obtain a rate of 60 FPS, 4K resolution and even Ray Tracing support, in the case of PS5 and Xbox Series X.
”We plan to give users these options: quality (with Ray Tracing), performance (at least 60 fps) and 4K. At the moment we are working hard on the performance so I cannot elaborate. We are trying to apply these options as much as possible on next-gen consoles.” a Techland developer explains to Wccftech.
Despite focusing on these next gen versions, the Polish studio you don’t want to neglect the PS4 and Xbox One versions, after the uproar that was mounted with Cyberpunk 2077 and its errors in these platforms. At the moment, the specific release date of Dying Light 2 is unknown.