Dying Light 2 has today (February 7) launched a brand new update for PC, so here’s the full list of changes and fixes with this patch! Today’s patch doesn’t have too much to offer, though that’s completely understandable given the game was released merely three days ago. Still, for three days and a weekend in between, the team has done a bang-up job of bringing serious fixes to both Steam and EGS. Ranging from a range of crash fixes, all the way to an array of key binding changes, there’s a fair bit to keep in mind with this update. Without further adieu, here’s everything new with Dying Light 2 in its February 7 update!
- Fixed various game crashing bugs
- Fixed AI dead body replication in co-op
- Added DLSS improvements
- Fixed issue when players couldn’t sell valuables to vendor
- Fixed artifacts being sometimes visible on some AMD cards
- Fixed mouse key binding options (meaning: you should be allowed to rebind your mouse buttons, we are still working on an additional implementation for extra mouse buttons)
While the size of these patch notes may make you think this isn’t anything special, most of these notes are consolidated for the sake of visual clarity. For example, fixing various game crashing bugs likely entails a number of fixes being made. Plus, given we did a whole guide based on fixing crash issues, this is a major issue for the community right now. The same goes for key binding options which on the surface may not seem like anything interesting, but can be heavily useful for accessibility in games. Combined with everything else, this is a more than welcome bug fix patch.