The Original Dying Light just received its next generation upgrade


The original Dying Light just received a next-gen upgrade to improve the visuals of the game on PlayStation 5.

Developer Techland has also released a patch for PS4 Pro. It also promises that an Xbox upgrade is coming soon in a Twitter post (below).

The free upgrade on PS5 is “improves the quality and enhances your gaming experience” but more specifically allows players to choose between Performance mode (60fps with Full HD), mode Balance mode (target 60 FPS IN QHD) and Quality mode (30 FPS with 4K resolution).

PS4 Pro improves the 30 FPS limit and introduces a new network using Epic Online services.

Dying Light was released over seven years ago in 2015, and its next generation upgrade came quite unexpectedly. While several PS4 games have received PS5 upgrades, Dying Light is not a service game like Warframe or Elder Scrolls Online nor is it based on the massive popularity of Grand Theft Auto V or Skyrim.

That’s not to say it’s not popular. Dualshockers reported last September that Dying Light still has over half a million unique players per month, and SteamDB data shows about 10,000 people are playing it on PC every day.

Given that the Dying Light 2 sequel was released last month and received many updates, fans can understand the confusion in the comments in Techland’s announcement, forcing the developer to clarify. that they are talking about the original game.

It commented: “The first one may be older, but it still deserves some love. It’s nice to take a break from the Villedor scene to revisit Harran from time to time.”

In our October 8 review, IGN said “the high-speed parkour and gruesome zombie apocalypse make Dying Light a blast, even if the story is fine.”

Ryan Dinsdale is a freelancer on IGN who occasionally remembers to tweet @thelastdinsdale. The Original Dying Light just received its next generation upgrade

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