Dying Light 2 Update is Coming, But the Worst Main Quest Bugs Are Not Yet Fixed

The Dying Light 2 update fixes dozens of bugs on PC, Playstation and Xbox consoles, but the main quest and “almost” game-breaking bugs we experienced on PlayStation 5 will only be fixed in the next update.


Last Friday, Techland’s new Dying Light 2 arrived in stores, bringing back the zombie apocalypse and parkour mechanics that are typical of the series. The game had an excellent premiere in its first days, but the main criticisms were focused on performance and the graphical flaws seen in the first episodes.

The development team are aware of the issues and have listed a number of fixes via their official Twitter account, which will be rolled out in the coming weeks. The numerous fixes are detailed in three separate posts, which will be rolled out to the PC, PlayStation and Xbox versions. There are dozens of them, and most of them relate to bug fixes and solutions for game locks, connection stability and general game balance. Some bugs will be fixed in the next few days, while others will have to wait a little longer.


This will fix issues with crashes, dead bodies, vendors and some button assignment options. Similarly, fixes related to DLSS will be added. It should be noted that the first PC update (1.0.4) has been available since yesterday, with patch notes posted on the game’s Steam page, but not yet on PlayStation 5.

Unfortunately, the very nasty quest bugs we have been experiencing (which affect the main story and therefore the actual progress) have not been weeded out of the game in this latest update.

Several times, even though I completed quests – for example, by obtaining the necessary items, finding items, characters, or killing a major enemy – I had to start again because the quest had not “updated” for something, and the game would send me back to somewhere far away, not to mention that repeating the same thing, killing a major enemy again, because the game is so buggy, is particularly annoying. I’ll write about this and my other experiences later this week, so if you haven’t bought the game yet and are thinking about it, I think you should wait for my review.


Dying Light 2 Stay Human is available for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. The Nintendo Switch version is delayed and will arrive later, with access via cloud play coming in a few months.

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