Dying Light 2 is now available, bringing fans of all things Dying Light and open-world exploration games plenty to sink their teeth into. With the massive open world of The City to explore, and a whole heap of side content to do, there’s no end to all the fun and challenge you can get yourself into. While on those adventures though, you may feel partway through that the game isn’t providing enough challenge (or inversely, is providing too little). If you’re running into that issue, then no need to worry. In this guide, we’ll explain exactly how to change difficulty in Dying Light 2!
How to Change Difficulty in Dying Light 2
Changing difficulty in Dying Light 2 is actually surprisingly easy. First of all, you’ll want to head into the options menu while out on your adventures. For whatever reason, this setting is unavailable while at the main menu. Either way, from there, navigate to the Game section, and scroll all the way down. You should find the difficulty setting there, in which you can change it to Easy, Normal, or Hard depending on what you’d like.
To help you choose should you need any assistance, Easy is good for those who wish to enjoy the story of the game. This will provide minimal difficulty, and should get you to the various story beats the fastest. Normal is meant for those with experience in these sorts of games that wish for a fairly challenging but still fairly straightforward experience. And finally, Hard is best for those who’ve played previous Dying Light games and are seeking a real challenge, with various sections that require careful movement and execution to pull off.
Whichever you swap to, hopefully, it ends up being the right difficulty for you. Best of luck out there in The City Pilgrim!