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Dying Light 2 has reportedly sold one million copies on PC

Techland released Dying Light 2 on PC last week and according to SteamSpy, the game has already sold one million copies on Steam. The game also currently has Very Positive reviews on Steam, so we can expect it to hit the 2 million goal in the next couple of weeks.

DL2 Steamspy sales

As we’ve already said, SteamSpy only shows estimates for a game’s sales (based on the number of players who own it). Also note that SteamSpy only tracks public profiles, meaning that those with private profiles (that own the game) are not counted. Therefore, and theoretically, the actual PC sales may be higher than two million. Let’s also not forget that God of War is available via other PC digital services, like Epic Games Store.

It’s also worth noting that Techland has addressed some of the technical issues we’ve reported. For instance, DLSS is now great and we highly recommend using it. However, Techland hasn’t still implemented an Ultra Quality mode for AMD FSR. Thankfully, for non-RTX owners, you can easily enable it via our guide.

As we wrote in our PC Performance Analysis, Dying Light 2 can run on a wide range of PC configurations at 1080p. However, and once you increase the internal resolution, you may encounter some performance issues. Since DLSS now works properly (and AMD FSR Ultra Quality also looks great), we suggest enabling them for gaming at 1440p or 4K.

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