Dying Light 2 Is Trying To Ensure You Have All The UX Options

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A new developer diary for Dying Light 2 is here to show how the UX options will be expanded for this Dying Light game

It truly feels like there is always some new big push when it comes to Dying Light 2 and I am all for it every time. More so when you see that the next massive update we are getting for the game here from Techland is how it is going to be crafted in a way to make as many gamers happy as possible when it comes to the UX experience. That is what we have here for the next big video for Dying Light 2 as we wait just a bit longer to get to experience it all in real-time. On February 4th, though, we will get to see if things are going to flow as freely on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Switch, and PC as we are hearing right now. I have all of the faith that it will be just as we all expect it to be.

In this new Dying 2 Know segment for Dying Light 2, the designer goes into all of the new options and features we will experience on that front. There does sound like there will be a lot of new options for those that have physical impairments or disabilities, which is always a nice touch. It also sounds like each option in the UX will serve some purpose and be an option we can turn on and off as we so wish. A great boon for those looking to stream Dying Light 2 with an immersive option but also a great boon for those MMO players out there that need all of the data flowing into their eyes no matter what else is going on in the game world. The team seems to have everyone in mind when it comes to all of this. Now we just have to wait a little longer to see if it all truly pays off for us.

Dying Light 2 — Dying 2 Know More - Let’s Talk About UX

Guest of this episode is Agata Sykuła, UI Producer at Techland, who is telling us more about UI, UX, and accessibility in Dying Light 2.

Do you prefer an immersive feel to your Dying Light fun or do you need all of the data in your eyes at all times? Do you think this will be something that many other developers try to emulate going forward or will it be stuck to just this team and not many others? Do you even tamper with any of the settings in the game and do you just go in with what the developers think are the most optimal settings out there? Give us all of those thoughts down in the comments and then feel free to discuss it all as you so wish. There will definitely be more for Dying Light 2 and we will share it all here. All you need to do is keep checking back in for all of that and much more as the days carry us all forward to the big releases out there.