Since its release, Techland has revealed the amount of unique players that have played Dying Light 2 Stay Human.
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Early this month, the latest instalment in the popular Dying Light series, Stay Human, was released. Dying Light 2’s primary plot objectives and language received the most of the game’s detractors’ scorn. It was almost universally lauded, though, for the parkour concept and the open world. It appears that Dying Light 2 has been a big success for developer Techland, particularly on Steam. As soon as the game was released, hundreds of thousands of people were already playing it on Steam, and its active player count surpassed the original Dying Light’s maximum number of concurrent players. For a long time, Dying Light 2 was one of Steam’s most-wanted games, and it has now topped its list of best-selling games. Dying Light 2’s success has been confirmed by new statistics from Techland.
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Three million unique players were counted on the Dying Light 2 Stay Human Twitter account during its first weekend. Thank you to everyone who opted to play Dying Light 2 on launch day, Techland says on Twitter. The PC and console versions of Dying Light 2 were released on February 4th. Three days after its debut, the game had 3 million players. Assuming that game sharing is factored in, it’s safe to say that the game’s opening weekend sales were not far off the mark of 3 million. Dying Light 2’s sales on last-gen platforms will be intriguing to observe, even if Techland doesn’t provide the exact breakdown.
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some gamers have taken to Twitter to voice their dissatisfaction with the game. Dying Light 2’s co-op play has been plagued by issues, and Techland is working to address the motion sickness that some players have encountered. Dying Light 2’s developer, Techland, has given a long list of fixes, although it may take some time for them to be implemented. As quickly as possible, we hope that Techland can remedy these concerns. Those who are considering purchasing Dying Light 2 should be aware that the PS5 and Xbox Series X versions come with three different visual modes. Xbox Series S comes with only one mode, which runs at 30 frames per second at 1080p, although players can switch between resolution, performance, and quality settings.