Techland confirmed that there is a big problem with Dying Light 2 – the developers are trying to eliminate the “death rings”. If you encounter such an error, you may have a hard time getting back to normal play.
Last week Techland released the expected update for Dying Light 2, but the developers haven’t yet celebrated the huge interest in the game. It turns out that There is a “death loop bug” in production that may prevent play.
“A death loop error occurs when a player dies during a mission in a restricted area and is respawned elsewhere on the map. The time limit does not allow the player to return to the previous mission area in time.”
The creators explain what the “ring of death” is and emphasize that the error is seen in both single and co-op play. Some viewers encountered annoyance during the final scene of a mission (the broadcast).
Studio for a good start prevented an update error (1.0.4 and 1.0.5 on PC and 1.0.4 on consoles), and even took care of a special option on PCs that allows you to return to the mission area after death.
However, Techland maintains that it cannot fix the gameplay for players who encountered this bug prior to the patches. The developers are now working on, among other things, additional savings – this will give the community an opportunity to return the game to the most important moments in history.
“Our number one priority is to ensure that our existing players can continue their adventures in co-op and single player mode as we search for a permanent solution to the death ring bug.”
Techland released a statement:
“Survivors! Hear: The Death Ring bug is a serious issue that we know about and are doing our best to fix it ASAP. Thank you for your patience and feedback!”
Survivors! We hear you: The death loop error is a serious issue that we know of and we’re trying our best to fix it as quickly as possible. Thank you for your patience and feedback! pic.twitter.com/ehWat4zGWM
– Dying Light (DyingLightGame) February 15 2022