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... just found out about this game and I'm very curious about it - it pulls up on Steam Store but with no download link. On this Techland page ( -light-bad-blood-is-now-free-for-all-dying-light-owners) it says to go to the "docket site" ( ) and log in to download it for free if you own Dying Light... well I own DL1 and DL2 on my steam account, which I've linked to my Techland account, but I still can't figure this shit out... can somebody help me?


A bug's to blame. Your console thinks you've already installed it, but, in reality, the download didn't even start. Dying Light appears in your Library, but when you select it you're told the application can't be found. If, as the UI suggests, you go over to the PlayStation Store to take a look, you're told you've already downloaded it if you retry. Tricky. But there is a workaround.


As per this post from EU PlayStation community poster tankspeed12, the fix is relatively easy. Just access PSN through another device, such as via the mobile companion app or a browser. Go to the Dying Light page and you should see there's an option to download the game to your PS4. Hit it, and you should instantly see a message ping on your console saying it's been added to your download queue. Once the download's complete, the game should behave normally.


It's officially February 2022, and that means that major triple-a games are releasing nearly every week for the next few weeks. The first in the lineup is Dying Light 2, the follow-up to 2015's zombie-slaying RPG. With Dying Light 2 just days away, those that have pre-ordered it are beginning the pre-load process. Strangely, PS5 players are getting a surprisingly slim download.


Regardless, smaller install sizes are a positive thing, and with any luck, more games will manage to cut down on their hard drive usage in the future. After all, the shift towards lifestyle games has caused chunky install sizes, making it harder to strike a balance between different types. For those that are only invested in one or two games at a time, that's not a massive issue. But for those looking to sample everything the games industry has to offer, it can be tough to decide what's worth downloading.


Dying Light 2 is now available to download on PS4, PS5, Xbox and PC. Unfortunately, some players are unable to download Dying Light 2 on PC. There are also reports for Dying Light 2 installation issues. Today, we have posted some fixes for these issues.


You can download a free launcher application to test the game for a limited amount of time. This game uses cloud streaming technology, and a stable and permanent internet connection is required to play it. If your internet connection becomes unstable, the service will disconnect after a few minutes.


After your payment has been processed, the content will be downloaded to the applicable system linked to the respective Nintendo Account, or respective Nintendo Network ID in the case of Wii U and Nintendo 3DS family systems. This system must be updated to the latest system software and connected to the internet with automatic downloads enabled, and it must have enough storage to complete the download. Depending on the system/console/hardware model you own and your use of it, an additional storage device may be required to download software from Nintendo eShop. Please visit our Support section for more information.


After your payment has been processed, the content will be downloaded to the applicable system linked to your Nintendo Account, or your Nintendo Network ID in the case of Wii U or Nintendo 3DS family systems. This system must be updated to the latest system software and connected to the internet with automatic downloads enabled, and it must have enough storage to complete the download. Depending on the system/console/hardware model you own and your use of it, an additional storage device may be required to download software from Nintendo eShop. Please visit our Support section for more information.


Next, try restarting your PC (or Steam/Epic Games Launcher). Restarting your Steam app or Launcher should help with downloads messing up. But, another troubleshooting tip as a Steam User is to clear the download cache.


To clear the download cache, head to the download page in Steam and find the gear icon at the top-right and click it. Clicking the gear icon will take you to the download settings on Steam. At the bottom of the page, you will see a button that says clear download cache, as shown below.


Doing so will cause your Steam app to log out, and you will need to re-login. After you log back in, you should be able to download and install Dying Light 2. Beyond this last step, the only other thing PC users can do is to uninstall the game and reinstall.


Power the Console down and unplug its power supply to do a hard reset. Wait for at least two to five minutes and see if the problem has gone away. After this, try restarting the download, then try restarting the system.


If you want to start playing as soon as Dying Light 2 unlocks on your platform, you'll want to pre-load the game so that you don't need to worry about downloads sneaking into your playtime. Dying Light 2 pre-loads were available earlier this week on Xbox, and they're now live on every platform as of February 2nd, so those with preorders can start downloading right now.


Dying Light 2 Stay Human is an action role-playing survival horror video game featuring a zombie apocalyptic-themed open world. Set 22 years after Dying Light, it stars a new protagonist named Aiden Caldwell (voiced by Jonah Scott), who has various parkour skills. Players can perform actions such as climbing ledges, sliding, leaping off from edges, and wall running to quickly navigate the city. It was confirmed that there are over 3000 parkour animations to give a more fluid free running experience. Tools such as a grappling hook and a paraglider also aid traversal in the city. Aiden can also use the undead to break his fall. The game is mostly melee-based with the majority of fighting using melee weapons. The melee weapons have a limited lifespan and will degrade as the player uses them in combat.[1] Long-range weapons such as crossbows, shotguns, and spears can be used as well. Weapons can be upgraded with different blueprints and components which can be found by breaking down weapons for craft parts. Aiden can utilize superhuman skills due to the infection.[2] New zombies have been added. Like the first game, the zombies are slow when exposed to sunlight, but they become more aggressive and hostile at night.[3] During the latter time of day, players can avoid zombies roaming the streets by staying on rooftops, who would otherwise hibernate inside buildings to avoid sunlight, or explore the safe interior of buildings to find items.[4]


The 2014 zombie outbreak in Harran (depicted in Dying Light) ended with the death of all of the city's citizens, with no reported survivors. The Global Relief Effort (GRE) is able to develop a vaccine for the Harran Virus, ending the threat of the zombie pandemic. Despite promises to cease all research on the virus, the GRE continued experimenting on it in secret for military purposes. In 2021, a mutated variant of the virus named Tachytransmissive Harran Virus (THV) escapes a GRE lab and starts a second pandemic that spreads faster than the first, sweeping across the world in an event called "The Fall". The vaccine and Antizin are ineffective against the new strain of THV, but its effects can be suppressed with ultraviolet light.


The story focuses on a new, modern "Dark Ages" for humanity, which enables the story to convey themes such as betrayal, infidelity, and intrigue. The team was confident about the game's gameplay, though they felt that they needed additional help when designing the game's narrative. Therefore, the team recruited Avellone as well as writers who worked on The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, a game widely praised for its writing and story. The narrative design prompts players to care about the non-playable characters and encourages players to be more sensitive about their presence and needs.[11] Zombies, instead of being the main enemy like in the last game, become a narrative device that pressurize other non-playable characters to induce interesting drama and themes.[14] The game features hostile human enemies more heavily when compared with the first game, as the team was inspired by works including The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones, in which living humans are equally dangerous. The team developed a life cycle for zombies in the game. Newly bitten zombies are called Viral, which are fast and dangerous enemies whose humanity still remain. They would become Biters, which are described as "regular zombies". When Biters are exposed to UV light for a long period of time, they devolved into Degenerates, which are degenerating zombies with flesh falling off from them.[15]


Techland promised to support the game with downloadable content and updates for at least five years after the game's launch.[25] A New Game Plus mode was added in April 2022.[26] The first story downloadable content, Bloody Ties, which introduced a Roman gladiator-style arena, was released on November 19, 2022.[27]


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