Techland Shows Off Dying Light 2 Graphics Comparison and Co-Op Play
Techland showed off a brief Dying Light 2 graphics comparison in the final episode of Dying 2 Know, alongside a short glimpse at Dying Light 2 co-op play.
The Dying Light 2 comparison shows the game running on PlayStation 4, Xbox One X, PlayStation 5, and then Xbox Series X, and the results are pretty much what you’d expect. Dying Light 2 on PS4 looks solid and seems to run smoothly, and the most notable part of it is just how much more colorful Dying Light 2 looks in general compared to its 50 shades of brown predecessor. Those colors and textures shine just a bit more on Xbox One X.
PlayStation 5 gives them an even bigger boost with more detail and polish, as you’d expect. However, it looks like Dying Light 2 continues the trend of third-party titles looking just a bit better on the Xbox Series X version, where everything looks slightly crisper.
The preview didn’t show Dying Light 2 running via cloud on Nintendo Switch.
If you and your friends are playing Dying Light 2 on the same platform, you can join up for some co-op play as well. The glimpse Techland showed was brief but involved strategically fanning your party members out to deal with hordes and stay alive longer.
Dying Light 2 launches February 4 on PC via Steam, PS4 and PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch via the cloud. If you can't wait to see more of it until then, check out the launch trailer below.