Techland Refutes Dying Light “Downgrade” Claims

December 18, 2014 Written by Alex Co

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Following Dying Light developer Techland’s confirmation that the zombie game will “only” run at 30 frames-per-second — thought at native 1080p resolution — on both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, Techland has refuted claims that the game has graphically been downgraded compared to its 2013 reveal.

Speaking to GamingBolt, Techland’s Paul Milewski mentioned that it’s not downgraded at all. On the contrary, you can clearly see “major improvements.”

If you compare the 2103 footage to any of the material released lately, you can clearly see major improvements. Downgraded? Not a chance. Just look at the latest interactive footage released by us a couple of days ago.

Also, consider that most of the recent media and YouTuber gameplay that’s out there is all on PCs that we have no idea what’s in them. And yet they all look better compared to the 2013 promo material which was recorded on a high end PC at the time.

Well, there you have it. In your opinion, has the game’s visuals been downgraded compared to the original footage? And more importantly, does it matter that much to you?

[Source: Gaming Bolt]