Dying Light 2 teases ‘Big Patch’ for PC and consoles

Developer Techland is making it clear that a big patch for Dying Light 2 is on the way that will address several issues reported by players.


Dying Light 2 teases 'Big Patch' for PC and consoles

While Dying Light 2 was one of the most anticipated releases of early 2022, gamers were quick to notice a few issues with the game once it arrived. However, it looks like help is on the way, as developer Techland has teased a brand new patch which is apparently intended to fix several Dying Light 2 glitches that have been there since launch.

Due to both glitches and errors that need to be fixed, as well as some issues with the story, Dying Light 2Reviews have been a bit mixed. However, the game has also been hugely popular since its release, to the point where it blew Steam’s maximum concurrent player count compared to the original. dying light. Still, Techland has repeatedly promised that the company will continue to work on the game to ensure it’s of the highest quality possible.

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On Twitter, Techland tweeted the announcement of the next “big” patch which is about to be released. Dying Light 2. It looks like the patch will indeed fix a number of different issues, including the ragdoll physics that were high on the list of player complaints. The team will also be working on the death loop as well as the game’s UI.

Adding that the Dying Light 2 patch is going to fix a number of other issues that wouldn’t fit in the tweet, the company also clarified that the update is coming to both PlayStation and Xbox consoles as well as PC. However, players on different platforms will not be able to see the patches at the same time. The patch will first roll out to PC users “sometime next week” and then hit consoles “a few days later”. As of now, the developers haven’t said exactly what day of the week the patches will arrive.

While players wait for the next patch to fix some of the game’s most annoying issues, they can still enjoy Dying Light 2 with several mods arriving since the game’s release. This includes mods that make the game much harder if players don’t feel challenged enough by its current difficulty levels. Mods like this will likely be even better when the base game is fixed by this next patch once it officially arrives.

Dying Light 2: Stay Human is available now for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series platforms, with the Nintendo Switch version in active development.

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