Dying Light 2 Stay Human: here's what anti-tamper technologies the game will use on PC

Dying Light 2 Stay Human: here's what anti-tamper technologies the game will use on PC

Dying Light 2 Stay Human

Techland has updated the Steam page of Dying Light 2 Stay Human, the action role-playing game arriving on February 4, 2022. Thanks to new information included in the update of the store, we can discover that the game uses Denuvo, the anti- tamper designed to prevent illegally downloading the game.

According to what is indicated, Dying Light 2 Stay Human will use a new version of Denuvo: dsogaming explains that the executable file is only 2 MB, but there is an additional DLL file of approximately 500 MB. This is the first time that something like this has been used for a Denuvo-protected game.

A zip-line of the City of Dying Light 2 Remember that the purpose of an anti-tamper system like Denuvo is to protect the play for as long as possible. Eventually, the block will be lifted, but being able to protect the D1 is already an important achievement for developers and publishers, as most of the sales are concentrated in that period. Also remember that buying a game is the best way to support the developer and allow him to create other quality games.

Dying Light 2 Stay Human takes us to the City, the last great stronghold of fighting humans against the virus. The game will offer a mix of parkour, hand-to-hand fights with weapons created by our character and a structured plot with choices that will change the ending and the destiny of the characters.

We recently got to see a video gameplay on PS4 and Xbox One, here is Dying Light 2 Stay Human on old-gen consoles.

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Dying Light 2 Stay Human offers up four minutes of gameplay footage on last-gen consoles

Techland has published a new video giving Dying Light 2 Stay Human fans on last-gen consoles a taste of what they can expect when the game arrives this week.

It’s longer version than the brief 1-minute clip we got during the game’s final Need 2 Know broadcast earlier this month. Most of the different SKUs are all covered, including PlayStation 4, PlayStation 4 Pro, Xbox One and Xbox One X. And heck, everything still looks very impressive, with the action looking pretty smooth even on the older consoles. That’s in spite of there being lots of vegetation, fields of wheat and a lot of debris and rubble in the background of most scenes.

The video closes out with an uncut parkour run, flicking between the consoles nicely. Of course, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S owners can no doubt enjoy fancy features like quick loading and even silkier visuals. But it’s good to know the older machines will be no slouch either, or at least with the spectre of 2020’s launch of Cyberpunk 2077 still recent in the memory, we hope not.

We’ll all find out if the last-gen version holds up in a longer, more sustained setting when Dying Light 2 Stay Human arrives this Friday, February 4. It’ll be available on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and PC with a Nintendo Switch Cloud Version to follow within the following six months.

Dying Light 2: Stay Human

on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X

Release Date:

04 February 2022