Dying Light 2 Stay Human developer details planned hotfixes for this week

Dying Light 2 Stay Human developer details planned hotfixes for this week
Ben Borthwick Updated on by

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Dying Light 2 Stay Human developer Techland has declared it’s already working on the game’s first patches and hotfixes.

Posting to fans in a thread on Twitter, the Polish studio laid out a list of fixes and improvements for all three formats. While some have already been pushed through to PC players over the weekend, the studio will be releasing some fixes for consoles too. It says that it’ll submit these tweaks in a hotfix “by the middle of next week at the latest.”

Among the three lists are issues like various game crashing bugs, story blocks and adding backup saves on PC. PlayStation owners can expect improvements to co-op, connection stability, AI adjustments and more. Also on the list are performance optimisations, issues with stealth in co-op and occasional screen flickering too.

It’s a similar story for Xbox owners with their Dying Light 2 Stay Human hotfixes too. Their list includes most of the above, as well as a bug that blocked fast travel after completing the game. There’ll also be the enabling of 60+FPS VRR mode for Xbox Series X owners. Further out, the console versions are having story blocks fixed the aforementioned backup saves and additional video settings like motion blur.

Dying Light 2 Stay Human seems to have had a pretty strong start so far. If you’ve not checked out our review by Josh yet, you can do so over here. The game is available now on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and PC.