Welcome to our ‘Dying Light 2’s Game Breaking Crash May Be Fixed’ article. The much-anticipated zombie game sequel Dying Light 2 has officially been released to mixed reviews – but regardless of how you feel about the game itself, some people are enraged that they can’t play it.
Yes, there is a bug that causes Dying Light 2 to crash to the desktop for certain players. Bad.
This terrible glitch may be fixed easily — at least for Steam users, according to PC Gamer.
Go to your Steam library, right-click Dying Light 2, choose ‘Properties’. On the ‘General’ tab, look for the ‘Launch Options’ box at the bottom. Input the following: /nolightfx
Close the panel to save your changes. This choice will be applied the next time you start Dying Light 2, perhaps saving you from the terrible crash monster.
Dying Light 2’s Game Breaking Crash May Be Fixed: Overview
The repair was announced over Discord by Techland’s community manager. There are mixed opinions on how well it works, but given how simple it is to attempt, you have nothing to lose by giving it a go. If it doesn’t work for you, or you don’t use Steam, you’ll have to wait for the next update (presumably). We expect hear from the developer shortly about the outcomes of its study.
A day one patch for a game as ambitious as Dying Light 2 isn’t rare – in fact, it’s anticipated.
There are obviously some bugs, but it would be a marvel if there weren’t any. Most bugs in the works are small, but not this game-breaking startup glitch. Hopefully, if you are afflicted, the following easy repair will help.
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