Dying Light 2 is almost around the corner. The title, which will arrive at our hands later this year, will reach both old and new generation platforms, as well as PC, so everyone can enjoy the title. Unsurprisingly, those who play it on the most modern platforms will enjoy better technical quality. However, the game will also offer a free update to next-gen platforms, for those who plan to get one later.
In this regard, Techland has confirmed that Dying Light 2 will support 120 FPS only on Xbox Series X / S. This level of frames per second promises to deliver even greater fluidity in many of the hectic situations players will embark on, such as combat.
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The reason why only Xbox Series X / S will support this feature (in addition to PC, of course) it is because it is the only console that supports variable refresh rate, a feature that will be necessary, both on the console and on your television or screen, to be able to use this graphic option in Dying Light 2.
Why is this necessary? Probably because the title is unable to maintain a stable frame rate of 120. Therefore, to ensure that the title remains fluent, the studio will have decided to take this action.
Dying Light 2 will support 120 FPS only on Xbox Series X / S
Dying Light 2 will go on sale this December 7, 2021.
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