Dying light PS5, Xbox Series X/S upgrade will update the game

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Developer Dying light The zombie parkour game is currently being upgraded for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S. Techland announced the news shortly after sharing the following news Fading light 2 Delayed for two months. This was the second official delay for the game, and its lead developer later explained that the extra time allowed the studio to better polish the game.Although Dying light The community is expected to release on December 7 Fading light 2, It may get another port of the first game.

At the same time, Techland seems to be revisiting the original Dying light In order to increase sales in 2021, the latest update is now known, and the Nintendo Switch port of the previously confirmed game is coming soon. Nintendo Direct in September has set a release date on October 19 Dying Light: Platinum EditionNintendo Switch port, which will grant the Switch owner complete Dying light In addition to four DLC and a few skins.All-inclusive Dying light The re-release was originally released on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 earlier this year. Now, it seems that the current owner will also try to use the acclaimed zombie game.

Through the announcement Dying light Twitter account, Techland is clearly working on “Next-generation patch for Dying Light 1. “However, it is not clear when the PS5 and Xbox Series X/S updates will go down. At present, the developers have assured fans that more information will be revealed at some point in the future.

The possibility of Techland’s planned release Fading light Previous PS5 and Xbox Series X/S upgrades Fading Light 2: Keeping HumanityLaunched in February 2022. However, this time window is short, as the end of 2021 is approaching.It is also not confirmed whether the next-generation update will be a free upgrade for current PS4 and Xbox One users, or whether Dying light: Platinum Edition It will be a separate version of the new console because it is on the Switch. It is not impossible that Techland can provide these two options, but the latter seems very possible.

The studio’s choice on this matter may affect the community’s response. As a recent example, Grand Theft Auto V After revealing his new generation of gameplay, he was strongly opposed by fans.Many series fans are dissatisfied with the minimal visual improvements of the port and the announced features GTA 5 Upgrade on PlayStation Showcase in 2021.A major part of the anger is because people believe that these ports will be full price, and they were charged before GTA 5 The owner is upgrading, and the information is yet to be confirmed. In a similar situation, Dying light It’s been more than 6 years, and current upgrades can add interest to gameplay in the modern era.Hope that Techland can deliver its PS5 and Xbox Series X/S upgrades without further delay Fading Light 2: Keeping Humanity.

source: Dying light/Twitter



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