For those of you considering picking up Dying Light 2 on PC, Techland today released the minimum and recommended PC specs for their upcoming parkour-zombie-survival game. Check them out below.
The minimum requirements seem fairly reasonable. You’d have to be running something quite old in order to not run Dying Light 2 at all. You may have to resort to 30 FPS and lower quality visuals, but even a Windows 7 running an i3-9100 and a GTX 1050ti can handle Dying Light 2.
On the higher end, there are a lot of options as you can see above. If you have a space-age gaming PC and you want to push things to the limit, you can rock full-HD 60 FPS with high raytracing.
Dying Light 2 has been a thing that we all know is on the way for what feels like forever now since the first game was released way back in 2016. With the flood of recent official news trickling out, and now confirmed PC specs, all signs seem to point towards Dying Light 2 finally sticking to its firm release date of Feb. 4, 2022.
If you want to get a feel for what to expect, check out this recent playthrough of 15 minutes of gameplay.
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