The 1.0.6 patch for Dying Light 2 is now live on the PC platform, Techland confirmed.
Techland have just revealed that a new patch for Dying Light 2 is live on the PC platform only. The patch is a minor one, bringing some additional video settings, fixes for bugs and general stability improvements to the game.
Additionally, there are some new options for key bindings that should come in handy if you find the default controls annoying.
Here are the full patch notes for Dying Light 2 PC patch 1.0.6:
- Added additional video settings (motion blur and distance blur)
- Fixed blocks resulting in player ending in a death loop after CO-OP session.
- Death screen now has a button that allows to spawn player inside mission area preventing a block.
- Fixed numerous crashes and improved game stability.
- Added option to switch in-game voiceover between localised and original (English).
- Various improvements for keyboard and mouse key binding options including walk toggle option and switch between toggle and hold aiming.
- Proper music now plays for peers in CO-OP sessions.
Techland have also confirmed that they are working on additional game improvements and bug fixes for the console version of Dying Light 2.
These patches should be dropping in the coming days.
Dying Light 2 is available now on PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4 and PS5.