Dying Light 2 Video Compares How the Game Runs on Different Consoles

Dying Light 2 is one of the most anticipated titles coming out in 2022, and as such players are hungry for any content concerning the game. One piece of Dying Light 2 content players are especially curious about is the visual quality of the game as well as the difference in quality between gaming systems.

A newly released Dying Light 2 clip presents this to players, capturing gameplay in extremely high quality on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X. The clip shows the player moving through varying environments and times of day, showcasing movement, combat, and other features.


The clip was released on the last episode of Dying 2 Know, a series released by the official Dying Light Youtube channel. In the series, Jonah Scott (voice of Dying Light 2 main character Aiden Caldwell) and Leah Alexandra (Twitch streamer Leahviathan) talk about recent events concerning the series as well as news about Dying Light 2.

In this latest and last episode, Jonah and Leah reminisce on how the series progressed. Then, they talk about a visual contest being held for fans and provide a look at the game’s co-op. After a few minutes of talk about Techland GG (a series of challenges in Dying Light that contribute to Dying Light 2), the two share the sneak peek of console gameplay, displaying the game for the four gaming systems previously mentioned.

The video was breathtaking, to say the least; the visuals are a testament to how far video game graphics have been pushed, with beautiful environments, realistic textures and models, and lighting varying from vibrant during the day to suspenseful and claustrophobic at night. One shot shows the player grabbing and falling through the air with a zombie, and the zombie’s face is terrifyingly realistic. The last shot showcases a group of zombies ablaze, and watching undead bad guys burning to death has probably never looked so beautiful. On another note, though PC visuals were not on display, based on how the console visuals looked, players can expect the PC version to be at least on par – assuming players have the right specs for Dying Light 2.

If the plan was to put Dying Light 2‘s beautiful gameplay and visuals on display, the clip hit the mark with a bullseye. The game looks great on each of the systems showcased, and the gameplay looks faithful to the first installment. With the game releasing in the near future, clips like these are promising to players on the fence about buying Dying Light 2 while reassuring those who have already preordered it. If the full game looks as good as the clip, players should be satisfied with the visuals of Dying Light 2.

Dying Light 2 will be available for PC, PS4, PS5, XBox One, and XBox Series X|S on February 4, 2022.

Source: Gamerant

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