Dying Light 2 Stay Human is getting closer and closer to the beginnings (February 4) and there is good news and bad news. Let’s start with the good ones. Techland has confirmed that Dying Light 2 will provide a free update for PlayStation 5 to all PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro users.
The highly anticipated game (3 million past wishlists on Steam) it will also support Microsoft’s Smart Delivery service which allows Xbox One players to update their copies of the game on Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. In short, those who buy the title on an old generation console and then switch to the current one will be able to play with the best version available for that console, whether it’s a PlayStation or an Xbox.
Along with free updates for console gamers, Techland has confirmed that Cross-platform and cross-generation co-op will not be available for Dying Light 2 at launch, while cross-play between Steam and the Epic Games Store will go into effect immediately. Techland promised 5 years of support for his new titleso it’s reasonable to expect a lot of content and post-launch expansions.
But on to the bad news: the Switch version (in cloud mode) is late. Techland expects the game to come to the Nintendo console”within six months of the original dateto “give fans the level of gaming experience they deserve and want you to provide.” As a result, Dying Light 2 Stay Human will only land at launch on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.
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