Today, reviews for Dying Light 2: Stay Human went live and the game is getting a mixed reception. While outlets are praising the open world and traversal, the main drawback right now seems to be the game-breaking bugs that are part of the experience. In some cases, entire save files were corrupted on PlayStation 5 (PS5). There are also countless videos on YouTube where players fell through the map.
Techland said that it was aware of these problems and is working on solutions. According to a new report by IGN, the Day One Patch of the title will include more than 1,000 bug fixes. The team has already made another 1,000 fixes since the game went gold a few weeks ago. IGN said the following in its report.
Dying Light 2's Day One Patch will include more than 1,000 bug fixes on top of the thousand made since the game went gold. Bugs present in the pre-release version of the game included dialogues that blocked story progression, regular crashing, and missing sound and voice-over audio.
Hopefully, Dying Light 2 will be a more stable experience come February 4, 2022. The title starts at $59.99, and it'll cost you even more if you want the special editions of the game. You can pre-order the game on the Microsoft Store or the platform of your choice.
Dying Light 2 runs at 1944p on Xbox Series X and 1800p on PS5. However, the best experience is on PC where there are no restrictions when it comes to resolution and frame rate. You'll need a pretty powerful rig though.
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