Numerous fixes and improvements are in the works for Dying Light 2
Techland has outlined a number of fixes and improvements that it has in the works for Dying Light 2 Stay Human on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC.
Starting with PC, the team has fixes for game crashing bugs, DLSS improvements, and a fix for an issue that is preventing players from selling valuables ready to be implemented. The developer is also aware of issues with mouse key binding, story blocks, visual bugs, and more.
While on the PlayStation and Xbox side, issues with connection stability, game crashing bugs, music streamer mode, stealth gameplay in co-op, AI visuals, performance optimization, and more are all ready to be fixed. Looking forward, the team is working on addressing story blocks, adding new settings such as motion blur, and introducing additional backup saves.
An exact date for when these fixes will go live was not mentioned, but techland plans to submit the hotfix “by the middle of next week at the latest.”
Dying Light 2 Stay Human is available now on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The game is also coming to Nintendo Switch via the Cloud later this year.
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