Fading light 2 Keep humanity Developer Techland disclose The system requirements for the action RPG sequel, they range from easy to manage to enough horsepower to promote some truly stunning graphics.
Divided into four different parts, mixing low settings, high settings and ray tracing capabilities, the absolute minimum graphics card required to start “Dying Light 2” is NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti and AMD Radeon RX 560 4GB. At the same time, if you want to get the absolute best graphics experience with ray tracing, you need NVIDIA RTX 3080 10 GB, although there is still a shortage of graphics cards, these settings will be suitable for very few. The goal of these hardware requirements seems to be to provide players with as wide a window as possible to experience the game in the way they can and want.
Elsewhere in the list of requirements, although you can play Dying Light 2 with a regular hard drive, Techland strongly recommends using a solid state drive to play the game. The frame rate range is 30-60 FPS. The C engine of the game is Techland’s proprietary engine, which has a high degree of scalability.
As previously reported, “Dying Light 2” will also provide a performance mode on game consoles, with an emphasis on high frame rates. You can also play games on Nintendo Switch, even though it is done via the cloud. Weapon durability is back in the game, so be prepared for it.
“Dying Light 2 Staying” will be released on February 4, 2022, and is available for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox X/S and PC, and will provide a cloud version for Nintendo Switch.