I'm going to call bullshit on the person saying Dying Light runs well. An overclock to 4Ghz and new CPU cooler later, the game floods both of my cores, with the load average implying that there's no way in hell I could overclock my Pentium G3258 high enough to run this without liquid cooling in Antarctica. Because of this, I struggle to get the game above 30fps on "low."

I will give them that GPU requirements aren't bad. A GTX 560 seems to be enough to play this game on "medium" if you have the CPU for it. It could handle "high" if not for the vRAM needed to run it at higher graphical settings.

Speaking about the gameplay, it would be amazing if not for how quickly the weapons die. You also mentioned multiplayer being shit. I can attest to that.
- RandomASCII