Techland Promises Fix for Dying Light 2 Co-op Issues

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Techland are planning to fix Dying Light 2 co-op issues currently plaguing its open-world zombie title. Available throughout the campaign, online co-op was a much-touted feature, though it's not been an entirely smooth launch.

Speaking via Twitter, Techland acknowledged these co-op problems, detailing issues surrounding disconnects, awards redemption, codes, and more. There's no estimated release date for this fix yet, meaning fans will need to hang tight.

Techland Promises Fix for Dying Light 2 Co-op Issues

Elaborating further, Dying Light 2's lead designer Tymon Smektała also addressed this. He confirmed servers need unclogging by Sony and Epic Games, with discussions under way. Smektała also addressed the PS5 flickering issue, claiming a patch is coming soon, but no release date was given.

It’s not the strongest opening week for Dying Light 2, though our own review praising the game’s infectious open-world action. Dying Light 2 is available now on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC via the Epic Games Store, and if you've already started playing, make sure to check out our walkthrough hub for more details.

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