Dying Light 2: no cross-play at launch, confirms Techland

Dying Light 2: no cross-play at launch, confirms Techland

Dying Light 2 at launch will not support cross-play between different platforms. However at least cross-gen multiplayer will be introduced with a future update.

Dying Light 2: Stay Human at its debut in stores will not support cross-play , which could be bad news for those who want to tackle the multiplayer campaign together with players from a different platform. However, apparently at least the cross-gen multiplayer , or the possibility of playing between consoles of the same family of different generations, will be introduced after the launch.

The confirmation came from a Q&A that took place on Twitch, in which Tymon Smektala, lead designer of Dying Light 2 participated. When asked if the game will support cross-play, Smektala replied: “no, not at this moment; it will not be available”.

As for cross-gen multiplayer, Smektala also stated that it will not be supported in Dying Light 2, but adding that the developers are working to make it possible after launch .

We remind you that Dying Light 2 will be available in stores starting February 4, 2022 for PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One and in the Cloud version for Nintendo Switch.

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