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Not every patch has been tested though, so if you encounter any problem with a patch you should try to revert to the previous version by opening Steam, going to the dying light tab and selecting Properties, then Choose Local Files and then Choose Local Mods, then selecting the pack or mod you wish to revert to. If things have gone wrong you should delete the corresponding folder for the mod/patch you’ve tried to revert to, although this will not regain your characters previous levels or statuses. If you don’t want to delete the mod/patch then you should remove the mod from your sources by selecting the mod in the Dying Light 2 properties and clicking Mod Files and then click Uninstall. If this doesn’t solve the problem then download a fresh copy (see above) and try again. If that also doesn’t work, consider making a new save and then try resetting your game to default. Most mods affect the vanilla game in minor ways, but you might find the game more stable after a fresh install of the base game.
Dying Light 2 is a big game. Maybe not exactly 500 hours big, but there are a lot of side quests that disappear after a certain point, and some decisions aren’t easy. That’s not to mention multiple endings. With all of that in mind, you may be wondering how to find your save files to return to certain portions without having to start over completely.Below, we cover all of the possible save game locations for Dying Light 2 on PC, so you can regularly back up your progress. But do note that this only applies to the PC version of the game, which is available in both Steam and Epic Games. You cannot do this on PlayStation or Xbox just yet, though Techland is working to implement the functionality.