The developers of Dying Light 2 have spoken again about the game and the possibilities it will have on the consoles of the current generation with modes dedicated to different graphic aspects.
Dying Light 2 is one of the most anticipated sequels of a video game in recent years and also one of the most rugged with numerous problems and delays in its development that have delayed its release until 2021 if nothing else happens when it comes to making reality. the game.
Techland recently published a video in which they pointed out that the title will arrive this year and a few hours ago they gave an interview to the Wccftech technology portal in which they talk about some aspects of the game, especially at a technical level.
To be more specific, one of the most responsible for the title, Tomasz Szałkowski has pointed out that the versions of the game for the consoles of the current generation PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X / S will have three different graphic modes to adapt to what you want each user.
One of these modes will be Quality and will be focused on offering the best possible aspect of the game with technologies such as Ray Tracing or ray tracing in real-time. The second “display” mode will be Performance in which the always wanted 60 images per second will be targeted while the third in contention will be a 4K mode prioritizing this resolution.
” We plan to allow a choice between Quality (including Ray Tracing), Performance (60+ fps) and 4K, ” says Tomasz. “As we are working hard on performance I cannot provide more details at this time but we are trying to get the most out of next-gen consoles .
The game was announced too early
Precisely last March Techland, the studio in charge of developing the game, admitted that they announced the game too early while denying that the development was “hell. ” In addition, they also pointed out that Dying Light 2 did not fit with the early access model since they have ” worked hard all these years to offer a finished and quality product and that continues to be our goal .”