Dying Light, a video game of which we have spoken to you recently, already has a patch to improve some problems on the Linux platform. Techland has created the biggest patch of all and it compiles a multitude of bug fixes and other improvements available for this title.
Now the players of this video game in Linux platforms they will be able to see how performance improves dramatically and a multitude of problems are corrected. Performance was uneven across processors and graphics cards. That is why there have been many reports and complaints from users who have been affected by these problems.
But they have rushed to correct them as soon as possible with this patch. In its version 1.4.0, the following improvements have been added:
- Hardware, performance and stability- Stability issues resolved, numerous performance optimizations, and RAM usage significantly reduced.
- Gameplay- Added ability to disable video effects, Survivor Rank 25 issues fixed, game memory optimization to remove “ResizeBuffers failed 0x887a0005” error message, game loads faster, key usage improvements assigned for the game, etc.
- Be-the-Zombie mode- Some issues with this mode have been corrected and additional tools have been added.
- Fixed bugs graphics, mods, some specific gameplay issues on Linux environments, Radeon support on Linux platforms, etc.