Dying Light 2 has a lot of multiplayer potential, especially with all the exploring you can do in the large open areas. Because this is such a big release, and because there’s so much talk about crossplay and cross-platform multiplayer at the moment, the question of whether or not this game has it arises. In Dying Light 2, we’ll get some answers and clarifications on crossplay.
Does Dying Light 2 have crossplay in multiplayer?
Dying Light 2 currently does not support crossplay multiplayer, much to the dismay of many. This means you won’t be able to matchmake with friends who are playing on a PC while you’re playing on a PS5.
It’s a shame, because in the last six months, other games in the same genre have been released with full crossplay functionality.
More bad news: the game does not support cross-platform play. This means that if you have a PlayStation 5 and want to play with others who have a PlayStation 4, you will be unable to do so.
We’ve reached the point in console generations where the eighth generation (Xbox One and PlayStation 4) can’t keep up with current-gen hardware’s loading and rendering capabilities (PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X).
If you own current-generation consoles and want to play with people who own eighth-generation consoles, there is a way. To do so, you’ll need to play the eighth generation build of Dying Light 2. The PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game, thankfully, will receive a free update.
It won’t have the same fast loading times or 4K textures as the 9th-gen build, but it will let you play with friends who haven’t yet upgraded to the next generation. They can use the free upgrade once they get their hands on current-gen hardware.
Well, that’s all we know so far about Dying Light 2 cross-platform multiplayer. We hope this guide helped you.
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