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Dying Light Update 1.31 (Update 1.38 Patch Notes August 17th)

Everything we currently know about the Dying Light 1.31 patch notes

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Techland has now released the Dying Light 1.38 update (Enhanced Edition update version 1.31). It brings with it a plethora of changes that should help fix minor bugs, added weapons, and a new type of live event.

The 1.38 update seems to be fairly hefty, offering up some good improvements to both stabilization and overall gameplay.

In this article, we’ll be looking at the latest Dying Light 1.38 update – reviewing some of the changes and what it means for gameplay.

Dying Light Update 1.38 (Enhanced Edition Update Version 1.31): Patch Notes

As we stated earlier, the new update will bring a slurry of changes to the table, including weapons, bug fixes, and minor stabilization changes.

Here’s what the PS4 update history says:

  • Added new weapons and blueprints
  • New type of live event added\
  • Update DLC Section
  • Minor bug fixes

At this early stage, Techland has yet to introduce a full changelog – however, once they do, we’ll update this page with everything worth knowing.

Dying Light 1.38 Update Size

For console players, the Dying Light 1.38 update is far from small. Its current size is around 8.6GB on Xbox Series X – making it a large update that should bring some fairly heft changes with it.

If you have any questions regarding the latest Dying Light 1.38 update – or anything on Dying Light – feel free to drop us a comment in the section below and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

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