Dying Light 2 screenshot of a zombie swarm attacking the player

[Update]: My review for Dying Light 2 is now up, and I'm happy to say that it's a somewhat misguided yet still highly entertaining bandit-kicking simulator!

Dying Light 2 has just recently landed onto PC, and while the gameplay itself is solid there are unfortunately some technical issues that still need to be sorted out. Thankfully, we won't have to wait all that long for the all-important fixes to arrive as the Dying Light 2 team has just announced which ones are coming soon and which ones are currently in the works!

As such, one the next update arrives you can expect to see fixes to various game-crashing bugs, as well as the end of never-ending black screens. The update will also bring with it DLSS improvements, the ability to consistently sell valuables to vendors, and a fix for the bug that caused dead bodies to replicate while playing in co-op.

While these changes are still not ready for prime time, the Dying Light 2 team is also working on correcting the issues with keybindings, preventing numerous progress-blocks from rearing their ugly heads, adding backup saves and additional video settings, as well as fixing up an assortment off random bugs.

Besides the many improvements, the Dying Light 2 team is also planning on adding new bits of free content in the near future. The first few updates will mostly add cosmetics and challenges to mess around with, while the first 'proper' content drop will come in April alongside a series of events starring mutated infected.

Once either of these updates arrives I'll make sure to let you know. For now, however, you can learn more about Dying Light 2 and some of its technical woes over at Steam.