Dying Light 2 lets players loose in the ruined city of Villedor, seeing them skillfully slashing to pieces hordes of zombies while pulling off sweet parkour moves.
The graphical improvements of the sequel come with a higher price in terms of hardware, which is why players are wondering if GeForce Now support might be available at launch for Dying Light 2.
Since getting your hands on a 30-series GPU is neither easy nor cheap at the moment, Dying Light 2 Nvidia GeForce Now support would make it so that you no longer have to worry about your hardware.
Dying Light 2 GeForce Now Support
If you've hopped on the cloud gaming service train, the good news is coming your way. Dying Light 2 will feature GeForce Now support at launch, as confirmed by Nvidia back in August 2021.
This should make it possible to experience the game's detailed world on lower-end PCs without having to sacrifice too much quality, that's if you've got a fast enough internet connection of course
Dying Light 2 is slated to launch on February 4, 2022 and headed to PC, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS5, and PS4. Its Nintendo Switch version arrives at a later point in 2022.
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