Dying Light 2: Pre-order Bonuses, PC System Requirements, & more

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The sequel to Techland’s critically acclaimed survival-action game, Dying Light is set to launch in 2022 after being delayed from its original December 7, 2021 release date.  Dying Light was a treat both gameplay-wise and graphically when it was released in 2015, and unsurprisingly, it still holds up well. Although Dying Light 2 seems to be having development issues behind the scenes, it aims to provide polished and refined gameplay and visuals over its predecessor. 

Techland has revealed the system requirements for Dying Light 2 and it seems that most configurations will require some settings to be turned down to medium, or even low to provide a playable experience as according to the official requirements, a GTX 1050Ti or RX 560 paired with an Intel i3-9100 or AMD Ryzen 3 2300x is required for “Full HD 30 FPS” on Low settings, while an RTX 2060 (6GB) or RX Vega 56 paired with an Intel i5-8600k or an AMD Ryzen 5 3600x is required for “Full HD 60FPS” at High settings. Neither of the configurations has ray tracing enabled which indicates that the game certainly will be quite resource-intensive if it is that taxing without any next-gen tech-enabled.

Dying Light 2 PC System Requirements

Ray Tracing Off:

Minimum Requirements

Performance: 1080p 30FPS
Quality:
Low
CPU:
Intel Core i3-9100 / AMD Ryzen 3 2300x
GPU:
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050Ti / AMD Radeon RX 560 4GB
OS:
Windows 7
RAM:
8GB
Storage:
60GB HDD

Recommended Requirements

Performance: 1080p 60FPS
Quality:
High
CPU:
Intel Core i5-8600k / AMD Ryzen 5 3600x
GPU:
NVIDIA RTX 2060 6GB / AMD Rx Vega 56 8GB
OS:
Windows 10
RAM:
16GB
Storage:
60GB SSD

Ray Tracing On:

Minimum Requirements

Performance: 1080p 30FPS
Quality:
Low RT
CPU:
Intel Core i5-8600k / AMD Ryzen 5 3600x
GPU:
NVIDIA RTX 2070 8GB
OS:
Windows 10
RAM:
16GB
Storage:
60GB SSD

Recommended Requirements

Performance: 1080p 60FPS
Quality:
High RT
CPU:
Intel Core i5-8600k / AMD Ryzen 7 3700x
GPU:
NVIDIA RTX 3080 10GB
OS:
Windows 10
RAM:
16GB
Storage:
60GB SSD

Dying Light 2 will also feature NVIDIA’s DLSS tech which should result in increased framerates if you have an RTX GPU.

Dying Light 2 Pre-order bonuses

Dying Light 2 owners will receive two pre-order bonuses for Lawan and Aiden which includes the following:

  • “Reach for the Sky” Paraglider Skin for Lawan and Aiden
  • “Reach for the Sky” Backpack Skin for Lawan and Aiden
  • “Reach for the Sky” Crossbow Skin for Lawan
  • “Reach for the Sky” outfit for Lawan
  • “Reload” outfit
  • “Reload” weapon skin
  • “Reload” paraglider skin

Techland has also explicitly stated that Lawan is not a playable character in the game but will be integral to the main storyline.

Dying Light 2 will also have several accessibility options and the game’s UI/HUD will be fully customizable. Players can enable or disable several HUD indicators such as objectives, enemy health bars, on-screen texts, contextual buttons, quick-time events, as well as and tinker with color blindness options to make the game more immersive.

Dying Light 2 will release on February 4, 2022, on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch via Cloud Streaming.

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