There are a few display options for Dying Light 2 you can choose from. However, anything other than full-screen mode has been known to cause stutters in the game. Unfortunately, like many other features, the full-screen mode in Dying Light 2 seems bugged too. Many have reported not being able to play the game on full-screen. Each time they try to change to full-screen, the game is switched to occupy only a part of their monitor. Not only is the full-screen mode bugged, but switching to borderless full-screen mode is also reportedly resulting in the same issue. The only mode that works is windowed, and not many fans would like to play a large-scale RPG like Dying Light 2 in windowed mode. Read this article to know whether the developers have addressed the same yet.
Dying Light 2’s full-screen mode & other features still need attention
We have come across very recent reports suggesting that the full-screen mode is still broken. However, not everyone is facing this particular problem. Some users replied to grievance posts saying that they had no issue playing the game on full-screen whatsoever. The situation is extremely confusing – it’s quite impossible to pinpoint the exact cause of such an issue without the developers’ help. Techland has been active regarding bug reports on Steam Community Hub. They are slowly addressing major bugs. But the full-screen mode bug still remains as it was before.
Full-screen mode is not the only feature that requires the attention of the developers immediately. Several reports regarding weak optimization, crashes, freezing, minor and major glitches, and more still linger unattended. We can guess that Techland is having a hard time. Dying Light 2 is more than configured to run on full-screen mode. But the game isn’t able to occupy the entire screen when switched to borderless full-screen or full-screen. Many players who want to play the game at 1440p instead of 4K are having a hard time because of the same. Well, the good news is that we have a workaround that may help solve the issue. Keep reading to know.
Also Read: Dying Light 2: How to turn off motion Blur?
Is there a fix to the full-screen bug yet?
According to a Steam user, itsnotme, it is a bug that has no straightforward solution. The user could get rid of the issue by simply toggling between the available renderer modes in the in-game graphics settings. Here’s what it looked like:
As you may have noticed, the workaround is very vague and may not work for most. Many users have suggested fiddling with the options menu and graphics settings to fix the issue. But such a process may be confusing for many. Right now, we really need Techland to take a look at this matter as soon as possible!