Dying Light 2 PC Tech Review: Graphics Analysis, Optimised Settings, Performance Tests!

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Dying Light 2 on current-gen consoles is pretty great - but if effectively forces you to choose between resolution, 60fps or ray tracing features. The PC version taps into the latest hardware, allowing you to utilise all three - if you have the horsepower to match. In this video, Alex Battaglia explains how Dying Light 2 scales beyond the console versions - and what kind of hardware you need to see the game running at its best - with or without RT. For those still running GTX 1060 or RX 580? We've got you covered too.

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