Dying Light 2 makes 10 changes to the game

new death light 2 The update has been released by Techland across PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, and Xbox Series X along with patch notes that reveal and detail everything the update does. And the new update is technically a hotfix, so it shouldn’t require a download from players, but even if it did, it should be a quick and easy download as it’s far from the biggest update released so far from the game.

The update comes with 10 different changes, fixes, and improvements, the most notable of which includes fast travel, a feature gamers have been experiencing since launch. Below, you can check out the entire patch, on your own, courtesy of Techland.

  • Most fast travel issues should be fixed. We are still working on improving the players experience while using this feature.
  • Fixed crashes in cooperation while using Leverage Follow skills.
  • Improve game stability and reduce the number of random crashes.
  • We make the volatiles stronger. Little. Sorry.
  • Special infected received better resistance to some types of damage.
  • The particular mutant with an orange mark should drop mutagenic samples.
  • The clothes will move from Chapter 1 to NG+; There will be no need to retrieve it again.
  • Fixed a soft lock related to death during the challenge.
  • Fixed an issue where the game would reconnect on PlayStation after leaving a session (manually or automatically) multiple times.
  • Achievements can now be obtained “Find anything interesting?” and “Street Art Aficionado” correctly.

death light 2 Available across PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, and Xbox Series X. For more coverage on the zombie sequel, click here.

“It was quite a Techland trip Dying Light 2 Stay Human, a title that was initially announced at E3 2018 and then went silent for a while before reappearing a few years later, “reads the opening of our review of the game.” The lag, and while it’s not perfect, it does deliver on a lot of promise from the first game. Dying Light 2 creates a world full of deathmatch styles yet still feels rewarding and exciting to explore – all while creating tense scenarios that call upon your combat skills, strategic thinking, and humanity in equal measure. It takes a while to settle into its groove, but once that happens, you’ll find yourself looking for any opportunity to jump again.”


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