Dying Light Gets Mysterious New Update On PS4 And Xbox One, Here’s What It Does

Dying Light has received a mysterious new update on the PS4 and Xbox One. For such an old game, updates like these are usually a surprise especially if they are quite large in size as this one.

Dying Light fans who are playing the game on the PS4 and Xbox One will get the notification to download a new update today that can range from 4 GB to upwards of 6 GB. There are no official details available on this update for consoles, but we do have patch notes for a previous update that was also recently released on PC.

Dying Light regular edition and Dying Light The Following Enhanced Edition have both received this new update today. The patch notes that were shared for the PC version update that launched on May 21 will also likely apply to this new update. Here’s what was included in the patch notes, save for the PC specific fixes.

General fixes:

  • Fixed an issue that caused the game to sometimes crash on Windows 10
  • Fixed Korean and Chinese icons displaying incorrectly on OSX systems

New Features:

  • LATAM (español-latinoamérica) added as a selectable language in Steam

Additional fixes:

  • Minor bug fixes
  • General build stability increased

If you ignore the PC fixes, the patch notes simply boil down to minor bug fixes and general build stability. If you were hoping to get a secret Xbox One X or PS4 Pro patch, now might be a little too late to add support for them, as there is a new sequel on the horizon.

Danial Arshad Khan

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