The performance boost we have seen from PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series consoles has been phenomenal. Whenever a developer announces that they have created a next-generation patch for their PlayStation 4 or Xbox One game. You will quickly find a large group of people eagerly reinstalling the game to see the improvements or changes. Xbox, in particular, has found great success in this with their FPS boost feature which has boosted over 100 games such as Prey, Alien Isolation, and many more. But for those games that don’t get this boost, these patches can be a godsend, especially for early Xbox One and PlayStation 4 titles that suffered from subpar framerates and resolution. It appears, however, that 2015’s Dying Light might get a next generation sooner rather than later.
Today, in a reply to a question about a next-generation upgrade for the original Dying Light. The official Dying Light Twitter account teased that players should keep an eye out and that the studio is currently working on a next-generation patch for the game. While they didn’t give an exact timeline for when we could expect to see this update, it is exciting at the prospect of being able to experience Dying Light at 60 FPS with its fast-paced parkour action. With Dying Light 2 being delayed into early next year, it makes me wonder if we will see this next generation update released in the next few months to tide fans over. Only time will tell, and we eagerly await this update.
We're currently working on a next-gen patch for Dying Light 1 – more details coming in the future 🙂
— Dying Light (@DyingLightGame) October 14, 2021
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