When you spend a great deal of money on a new video card, you do so with the stubborn expectation that every game you play on your PC for the next several years will look gorgeous and run without a hitch. Then you play something like Dying Light. Widespread performance issues scream poor optimization, and no one can consistently nail down the root of the issue, whether it's exclusive to AMD cards, or whether it's an issue relating to view distance, or stemming from the number of cores the game is using, or whatever. Two weeks after release, when the collective nerd minds of the internet can't figure out how to get a game running properly, and when switching from the highest settings to the lowest settings barely has an effect on the awful framerate, it's time to accept that you've released a shoddy product.
Starting today, Dying Light Enhanced Edition and Shapez are free at Epic Games Store. Once you claim them, they're yours to keep.
Get ready to enter the post-apocalyptic world of Dying Light, where you’ll need your wits and survival skills to stay alive.
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