Dying Light 2: the title will take advantage of Nvidia’s RTX technology

A new trailer for the upcoming Dying Light 2 heralds future compatibility of the title with Nvidia’s RTX technology and DLSS

Dying Light 2, the new chapter of the action survival horror saga developed by Techland, will be released on February 4th on all new and old generation platforms. Speaking of hardware, according to the latest news, Dying Light 2 on PC will run excellently for all owners of the new cards Nvidia. So get ready to jump between one roof and another and to kill zombie with the DLSS active and with full support for technology Ray Tracing. Let’s find out the technical details below.

Dying Light 2 will be compatible with the new Nvidia RTX cards

Along with the recent announcement of the new graphics cards RTX 3090 Ti e RTX 3050 (respectively the low-end and top-of-the-range ones), Nvidia has released a series of trailer which predict compatibility for different titles of proprietary technologies Nvidia. Among the video games mentioned there was also space for The Day Before, out next June, but above all for the expected Dying Light 2 Stay Human. The trailer highlighted the graphic improvements in Dying Light 2’s use of Nvidia graphics cards. In particular, the reflections in Ray Tracing, the shadow and theglobal illumination.

Dying Light 2: the title will take advantage of Nvidia's RTX technology

In addition, the implementation of the DLSS, which will help the title improve performance in 4K. Although Techland has not yet provided the specifications hardware for 4K, to run the title a 1080p/60fps with the RT active you will need the following specifications: Intel Core i5-8600K or AMD Ryzen 7 3700X, 16 GB RAM with GeForce RTX 3080 a 10 GB VRAM. We therefore await, not only the specifications for 4K, but also further gameplay from Xbox One and PS4 versions. Finally, Techland recently stated that approximately 500 pieces unique equipment.

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