Developer Techland announced a new patch for Dying Light 1 that brings some Next generation improvements For Playstation 5 and Playstation 4 Pro. Similar upgrades for Xbox players will be released later.
Dying Light PlayStation 5 Patch
The patch, available now, offers three video modes on the PS5. Performance mode targets uninterrupted 60 frames per second during playback in Full HD (1080p) and drop in subtle graphic detail. Balanced mode, on the other hand, aims for the same frames, albeit in QHD (1440p) resolution.
Finally, Quality mode, a different name from PS5’s Fidelity mode, achieves 30 frames per second in 4K. This brings out higher graphics, letting players experience the decadent nature of Harran in full glory.
Console players! A next-generation patch has arrived on PlayStation, bringing quality improvements and enhancing your gaming experience even more! Try the new video modes and enjoy the increased viewing distance while practicing parkour through Harran!
Coming soon on Xbox! Stay tuned! pic.twitter.com/PyJq0jSgCw
– Dying Light (DyingLightGame) March 8, 2022
Patch Ding Lite PlayStation 4 Pro
On PS4 Pro, optimization changes are being made so that the game looks smoother at 30fps settings. The developers are also bringing a new networking system that uses the EOS solution.
The announcement caused some confusion on Twitter, with many feeling that the newly released sequel, Dying Light 2 was getting some upgrades. “Guys, please keep in mind that this is a Dying Light patch, so we are reminding Harran. The Dying Light 2 Stay Human patch is coming soon, stay tuned!” they said in the next tweet.
since its launch, death light 2 It has been flagged with several bugs that may cause performance issues or prevent the player from progressing within the game. The company released a number of hotfixes in batches to address issues within the first month.
Dying Light (2015) follows the story of a GRE agent, Kyle Crane, who is asked to infiltrate the fictional city of Harran, after a zombie outbreak. Upon release, the game received positive reviews from critics, with many praising its out-of-the-box approach to zombie games, which included some intense parkour action. Players can unleash the skills that allowed them to slide and climb over buildings, zombies and do a lot more in the sandbox environment.