We’ve obtained Dying Light 2 information, and it’s not a delay! In fact, Techland are revealing the specifications you’ll need for playing in the PC version.
Dying Light 2, which lets you explore the city of zombies, battling with undead and bandits it’s scheduled to release in February. The game will be available across PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 and while it’s an absolute fact that it will run on the last two platforms games, you’ll require a good system for the PC version.
It’s likely, at least, that’s the case if it’s released in February. There have been a number of delays, the most notable being in January 2020, when the company announced a delay, Techland were unable to give any sort of information. We’re keeping our fingers crossed that February 2022 will be the month it will be available but we’ll wait to be watching.
What power do you require? It’s all about what level of performance you’re expecting. The chart below, which was provided by Techland provides a detailed explanation of the various PC specifications and
performance levels, as well as the possibility of getting ray tracer.
The most basic requirement includes an Intel Core 9100 processor or AMD Ryzen 3 2300X CPU that comes with Windows 7, 8GB of memory and a 60GB HDD, together with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050Ti, or AMD Radeon 560 4GB.
The video memory might be a problem The computer we’re using to write this article has 3GB of memory and Halo Infinite refused to run because we didn’t have the needed 4GB. The rest of the specs aren’t astronomical, but if you’re not sporting the graphics card that supports 4GB, an update might be required. If we’re not talking about Cyberpunk 2077 You could play it on the Xbox One.
Dying Light 2 will be available for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and PC this next February 4th 2022. You can add it to your wishlist through Steam by clicking here and it’ll be available on Epic Games Store. Epic Games Store.