Dying Light 2 Stay Human gets a new patch on Xbox and PlayStation

Dying Light 2 Stay Human gets a new patch on Xbox and PlayStation
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Techland has dropped a new patch today for open world zombie parkour action game Dying Light 2 Stay Human.

The latest update for the game brings with it a range of fixes and tweaks for the game, which arrived last month. On the Xbox side, these changes include some new graphics modes for those on Xbox Series consoles. They include a new Performance Mode that runs in 60FPS. On a similar vein, a new Balanced Mode offers the same framerate for Xbox Series X owners.

Both Xbox and PlayStation benefit from most of the other fixes, with all known cases of “Deathloops” fixed. There’s also a number of other story progression bugs squished, and problems with safe zones. Playing with others should also be a bit smoother now too, with a number of fixes to the game’s co-op mode and accepting invites.

There’s been some tweaks to other gameplay aspects too, with enemy reactions tweaked and improved Biter behaviour. On a night time, be more wary of Howlers, as their range has been increased and Level 4 chases are now more difficult. There’s a bunch of other technical and gameplay improvements across the board. You can read the full Xbox patch notes here and the PlayStation ones over here.

If you’ve not checked out our Dying Light 2 Stay Human review yet, you can fix that oversight here. The Dying Light 2 patch is available to download now on your console of choice, and if you’re still playing the first game that got updated earlier this week too.