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I do love the single player in Dying Light, and I am very much looking forward to Dying Light Enhanced Edition and The Following DLC both coming next week. The major annoyance is the co-op play for Linux to Linux nearly never works.

I've repeatedly asked Techland if they will fix it, and no reply. I've now resorted to a Youtube comment where I can see them replying, and their support ticket system as my normal contacts have stopped replying.

Anyway, here's a trailer for the revamped online modes:
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I really hope it works, as the 4v1 Be The Zombie mode with buggies looks pretty fun. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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Xeekei 6 Feb, 2016
I also discovered the hard way today, that you can't switch between Windows and Linux and expect your save files to work. Though that was the base game, but I doubt The Following fixes this.


Last edited by Xeekei on 6 February 2016 at 4:37 pm UTC
Liam Dawe 6 Feb, 2016
Quoting: XeekeiI also discovered the hard way today, that you can't switch between Windows and Linux and expect your save files to work. Though that was the base game, but I doubt The Following fixes this.

Wow, really? No excuse for that, save files should use a common format for a single game.
Xeekei 6 Feb, 2016
Quoting: TheBoss
Quoting: XeekeiI also discovered the hard way today, that you can't switch between Windows and Linux and expect your save files to work. Though that was the base game, but I doubt The Following fixes this.

Wow, really? No excuse for that, save files should use a common format for a single game.
Yeah, I was gonna try it in Windows to see how the performance compared to Linux, and after I click "Continue" it just crashes during the loading screen. Making a new save file in Windows works just fine, haven't tested THAT one in Linux yet though.

I googled around and it seems other people have discovered this too.


Last edited by Xeekei on 6 February 2016 at 5:01 pm UTC
marcelomendes 6 Feb, 2016
Good to see that GOL is *finally* point out this very (and annoying) OLD bug. Better later than never.
nox 6 Feb, 2016
Quoting: TheBoss
Quoting: XeekeiI also discovered the hard way today, that you can't switch between Windows and Linux and expect your save files to work. Though that was the base game, but I doubt The Following fixes this.

Wow, really? No excuse for that, save files should use a common format for a single game.

I also discovered this issue, but I guess I was lucky. I just ended up with max 'talent points' even though I only had an hour or so in that game.
Maokei 6 Feb, 2016
Quoting: XeekeiI also discovered the hard way today, that you can't switch between Windows and Linux and expect your save files to work. Though that was the base game, but I doubt The Following fixes this.

Several games on steam have this problem with save games unfortunately.
Liam Dawe 6 Feb, 2016
Quoting: marcelomendesGood to see that GOL is *finally* point out this very (and annoying) OLD bug. Better later than never.

We don't usually do front-page articles for single bugs like this, just so happens it's being touted as a big updated feature, so "why not".
Keyrock 6 Feb, 2016
It just dawned on me that this comes out in only a couple of days.

Swiftpaw 6 Feb, 2016
Quoting: KeyrockIt just dawned on me that this comes out in only a couple of days.


Same time as Firewatch.
Keyrock 7 Feb, 2016
Quoting: SwiftpawSame time as Firewatch.
I don't know what to think of Firewatch. I'm not convinced. It looks like a walking simulator. I'm taking a wait and see approach, likely.
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