In this weekend’s Dying 2 Know episode, Dying Light 2 developers Techland show how its zombie post-apocalypse sandbox cross-gen console comparison will perform.
The footage – which you can see in the six-minute mark in the video embedded below – shows the game playing on Xbox One X and PlayStation 4. Last-generation consoles, while current-generation PS5 and Xbox Series X footage saw the game run at 60 fps.
While the footage looked decent and sharp, it is worth noting that it was shown in a small video window in the original series, so it will be interesting to see how this piece of content compares to the real deal on Xbox One and PS4. does. Come launch day. Techland added that more comparisons will be uploaded later this month.
Co-opted gameplay was also shown during the series, which will support four players as they work together to stop Indie Mobs and carry the narrative along. As an additional twist, a party may vote on key choices that will be made throughout the campaign, although the party host will ultimately receive the decisive vote. If you join a friend for a co-op session, all character progressions and earned items will return to your own game after the co-op session with you.
After six years of development and many roadblocks along the way, Dying Light 2 will finally hit the screens on February 4. The game looks great so far, and although technically it won’t take you hundreds of hours to complete, Techland believes it’s enough to keep players invested for almost 21 uninterrupted days of gaming. More content than is available.
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