Dying Light Next-Gen Patch Arrives for Xbox, but Doesn’t Support 60 FPS on Xbox Series S

Dying Light 1 will now offer three graphics modes on the Xbox Series X, though there's no 60 FPS option on the Xbox Series S.

Posted By | On 21st, Mar. 2022

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Dying Light 2 Stay Human is still not even a couple months old, and is obviously going to be Techland’s primary focal point in terms of support and new content for several years to come. Even so, the developer is still not quite done with the original game. Dying Light 1’s next-gen patch was released for PS5 earlier this month, and now, it’s arrived for Xbox as well.

Over on Twitter, Techland has provided details on how this upgrade affects the game not only on Xbox Series X/S, but also on Xbox One X. For starters, on Xbox Series X, the game will have three modes- Performance mode for 1080p/60 FPS, Balanced mode for 1440p/60 FPS, and Quality mode for 4K/30 FPS.

On Xbox Series S and Xbox One X, however, there are only two modes, and neither of them sees the game running at 60 FFS. Performance mode offers 1080p/30 FPS, while Quality mode offers 1440p/30 FPS.

Dying Light 2 also got 60 FPS support a little belatedly on the Xbox Series S, so hopefully that’ll be the case here, too.


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