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Dying Light 2 Update 1.04 Patch Notes Today (February 7)

February 7, 2022

Dying Light 2 has received an all-new update today which focuses on a number of bug fixes and performance improvements in the game.

Dying Light 2 had quite a bumpy development path, but it has finally been released and the game is performing exceedingly well. Stats revealed that it performed Halo Infinite’s peak concurrent player count, which speaks volumes about how popular it has been since Halo Infinite’s multiplayer was available totally for free.

Today, the developers have debuted a new update for the game, and you can find the complete patch notes of the same below.

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Dying Light 2 Update 1.04 Patch Notes Today

  • Fixed various game crashing bugs
  • Fixed AI dead body replication in co-op
  • Added DLSS improvements
  • Fixed issue when players couldn’t sell valuables to vendor
  • Fixed artifacts being sometimes visible on some AMD cards
  • Fixed mouse key binding options (meaning: you should be allowed to rebind your mouse buttons, we are still working on an additional implementation for extra mouse buttons)

As you can see from the patch notes above, the first thing that has been fixed is the game crashing bug. Now, this is something that a large number of players had complained about so it is good to see that the developers have taken action regarding the same. There were some dead body issues in the coop as well, and that has been addressed in the update as well.

The game’s performance is quite decent, but players using DLSS have encountered a few issues. In this update, DLSS has been improved and the vendor selling issue has been fixed at the same time as well.

Lastly, this update will also players to rebind the mouse key options now, which wasn’t available in the previous update. Extra mouse buttons are still not supported, so you might need to wait a bit for that to work out.

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