Techland, the studio behind the upcoming zombie-infested parkour sequel Dying Light 2, has revealed the game is still on track to launch for PS4 and Xbox One in addition to next-generation systems, and that these base console versions are the main focus for the project.
Speaking during an extensive Q&A with WCCFTech, the game’s rendering director, Tomasz Szałkowski, revealed that the team is striving to ensure that Dying Light 2 performs at the highest quality on PS4 and Xbox One.
The “main” consoles have long been our priority. We make every effort to ensure that the game’s quality on PS4 or XBO is at the highest level. We started testing on the older generation consoles much earlier than in other projects. This was related to the scale of changes to the engine and ambitious plans to create an even larger and more complex game than DL1.
Elsewhere in the interview, Szałkowski also revealed that the PS5 and Xbox Series X versions of Dying Light 2 will support various performance modes and also ray-tracing.
Dying Light 2 is scheduled for a 2021 launch on PS5, PS4, PC, Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One.
[Source – WCCFTech]