Dying Light 2 is getting an exciting overhaul this week with the arrival of Update 1.3.0. Coming on April 27th, the update will include multiple fixes for co-op gameplay as well as introducing New Game +, which was requested by many players in the Dying Light 2 community. In addition to this, the game will also be getting some entirely new endgame content as part of the latest update.
The New Game + mode will be available to all players who’ve completed the base game from April 27th. It will enable them to revisit and relive their adventures through The City, allowing them to make different gameplay choices from their initial playthrough. New Game + will also allow players to reap better rewards in terms of bonuses and rewards, as the difficulty and scaling in this mode will be higher than that of the base game. Having said that, players will retain the progression of their initial adventure in NG+.
There will be 30 new inhibitors for players to locate, as well as enemies whose difficulty levels scale to suit those of your character. Additionally, players can seek out tougher challenges by taking on special enemies with golden marks. Players can also undertake a new quest known as “Something Big Has Been Here”, which contains brand new enemies for gamers to challenge themselves with.
Some of the known bugs in Dying Light 2 have been addressed in this update, most notably that of the endless death loops some players have been experiencing. Other fixes that come as part of Update 1.3.0 are quality improvements for co-op gameplay and for those playing on PlayStation5 and Xbox Series X, a FOV slider feature has been added to the game, allowing players to adapt their perspective.
Dying Light 2: Stay Human is available now on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series S/X, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC.