Dying Light 2 has today launched its February 22 update on PlayStation platforms, so here’s the full list of changes and fixes with this patch. Today’s update may be small in scale but fixes a major issue that’s been plaguing the game on all platforms for some time. That issue is, of course, the death loop issue which essentially soft locks you in most cases. Thankfully though, the issues are becoming rarer by the day, and this makes it even rarer for PlayStation users. Without further adieu, here’s everything new with Dying Light 2 in its February 22 update on PlayStation!
- Fix for the death-loop bug. It prevents players from new cases and fixes the existing ones.
- Added Backup Save system that allows players to rollback the game progress and their inventory to the last game’s secure storyline save point.
- Fixed most the audio-related issues on Playstation 4.
- Fast travel now works as intended after the main story has been finished.
- Multiple stability improvements.
As said, the death loop issues have been finally fixed. Alongside that though are some excellent improvements, especially the Backup Save system. This system lets the game backup to a previous save point in the story as explained above, which can be useful when you find a bug that soft locks you or, in a case like this, puts you in yet another death loop. The audio issues on PlayStation 4 being fixed are nice as well, as is the fast travel issue which is something I noticed myself running into on Dying Light 2’s PC version. Capping things off is a list of stability improvements, which are always nice of course. All in all, a good if unexciting update for most players.