The release of Dying Light 2 is fast approaching. Techland has started a marketing campaign for the title some time ago. The trailer they just published (seen below) focuses on the technical side of the game, specifically on the support for the ray-tracing technology, which has been on the lips of all lovers of visual bells and whistles for over two years now. Ray-tracing will be available on both PCs and 9th-gen consoles, though the video focused exclusively on PCs with the latest Nvidia cards. GeForce-equipped PC owners will also benefit from DLSS, which enables us to upscale our screen resolution without massive performance drop and play in, let's say, full 4K.
Dying Light 2 is scheduled to appear in stores on December 7, simultaneously on PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4 and PS5. A new preview of the title is scheduled for August 26 to accompany the virtual edition of the gamescom trade fair, which starts this week.
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