Dying Light 2 can be a tricky undead creature to tame. Making the most of your parkour and combat skills is paramount to surviving this post-apocalyptic world. If you’re looking to make things a little easier or harder for yourself, you may be wondering how to change difficulty in Dying Light 2, and we’re here to explain everything you need to know on the matter.
Changing Difficulty in Dying Light 2
- Press the Options button on PS4, Menu button on Xbox One, or Esc on PC to open the ‘Pause’ menu.
- Select ‘Options’ from the list that appears on-screen.
- In the ‘Game’ tab, you’ll find ‘Difficulty Level’ at the top.
Select this and you can now use left and right on the d-pad to change between ‘Easy,’ ‘Normal,’ and ‘Hard.’ Once you’ve got the difficulty setting you want selected, simply back out of the menus and the game will apply the changes you made to the gameplay experience.
What Does Difficulty Change?
According to the game, changing the difficulty setting in Dying Light 2 adjusts the overall challenge of the game experience, adjusting enemy health and damage as well as various Player attributes.
In other words, enemies will have more health and hit harder on higher difficulties, and your attributes will be a little lower. On easier difficulties, expect to kill enemies with fewer hits and tank more damage before needing to heal.
Are There Trophies/ Achievements Tied to Difficulty?
No, there are no difficulty trophy or achievements in Dying Light 2. All trophies and achievements in the game can be earned on any of the three difficulty settings listed above.
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