Techland Studios has just released an update to the first version of the Dying Light series that will improve the game on the ninth generation PlayStation 5 console. It is rumored that this patch will also be available on the Xbox X Series in the future.
This new update has added three new modes for running the game. In performance mode, the game runs at 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second, and in balance mode at 1440p resolution. This mode also targets a frame rate of 60. Finally, in the last mode, which is the best in terms of graphics and visual effects, the game runs as expected with a resolution of 4k and a frame rate of 30. The update also offers enhancements for PlayStation 4 Pro owners, the most important of which are improved frame rates and improved co-op issues. Of course, in order to see how stable the game frame rate is in all cases, we need to do some research.
Dying Light was first released in 2015 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. This first-person and apocalyptic game, which had an open world full of zombies, finally managed to attract a lot of critics and players, and Takland Studio also supported it well. The game was re-released with all its add-on packages for the three platforms listed below and Nintendo Switch. The sequel, Dying Light 2 Stay Human, has just been released on the eighth and ninth generation X-ray PlayStation consoles and PCs. This version will be available for Nintendo Switch before the end of June.
Like the first game, the developer has already started supporting the second version. Of course, this game is facing many technical problems, and it seems that Takland Studio is looking to improve them. Meanwhile, the game has just received a free add-on pack that adds new armor and weapons. A new set of challenges will be available in March, and new events will be held in April. Finally, in addition to the new challenges in May, the first non-free add-on package for the game will be released in March. This story pack will bring new weapons and enemies. It is also said that more free and paid add-on packages are planned for the future.