Dying Light 2 Co-op Not Working: What We Know
By Jack O'Dwyer
Unfortunately, despite its hype, Dying Light 2 is not free of bugs or errors. One of the biggest issues appears to be the game’s co-op mode which has been the subject of discussion since the game’s release. According to player reports, despite Techland’s claim that the majority of the game’s elements were designed with multiplayer in mind, the mode is plagued with problems from connection errors to seemingly unobtainable trophies.
Here’s everything we know about the issues with co-op mode in Dying Light 2.
Dying Light 2 Coop Not Working
The primary issue appears to be the connection—or, rather disconnection—in regards to the Dying Light game servers. After all, without a solid tether to the game’s dedicated multiplayer bandwidth, there’s not a lot of cooperative play that can actually take place.
Fortunately, Techland is both aware and already working on a fix. According to a tweet published to the verified Dying Light game Twitter account on Friday, Feb. 4, developers have the disconnect issue at the top of their list.
“Dear gamers, thank you for your feedback,” the tweet reads, “Two things are on the top of our list: disconnects in co-op mode and problems with redeeming awards, codes, and other in-game content, including Twitch Drops from TechlandGG.”
Developers went on to assure their audience that their team “is on it” and any progress will be reported directly. However, since then, there have been no further updates.
Should a patch or fix be issued, this article will be updated to reflect that.