How to Unlock Co-Op Mode In Dying Light 2

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If you are looking for steps to unlock Dying Light 2 Co-Op mode then you’ve come to the right place! Dying Light 2 is a zombie survival game developed by Techland. The game is available to play on almost every platform and has seen massive fanfare. Overall, the main storyline can be considered single-player, the game mainly belongs to the open-world genre.

The Co-Op in Dying Light 2 is fairly sophisticated and features a unique yet thrilling approach to the zombie genre. With more and more people playing the game, Dying Light 2’s Co-Op mode has become the main attraction for many. With that said, let’s dive into how to play Dying Light 2 Co-Op Mode.

How to Play Dying Light 2 In Co-Op Mode

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Unlike other game modes, Dying Light 2 does not allow beginner players to gain playing freedom unless and until they progress to a specific point in the game. To reach that point, players must complete a mission called The Markers of Plague which will be given to you in about 1 to 2 hours of playing the game. This quest is given to you as soon as your reach the “Safe House” while running away from the zombies with Hakon.

Once you finish this quest, a ‘Welcome to Villedor’ screen will pop up indicating that you are now able to play the Co-Op mode in Dying Light 2.

How to Play Co-Op in Dying Light 2

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You have now unlocked Co-Op but how do you play it? To answer that, we have listed the steps you can take to play Dying Light 2 with your friends.

Here are the steps you need to take to play Dying Light 2 Co-Op:

  • Head to the Menu.
  • From there, go to the Online Menu.
  • Invite your friends and press play.

We hope this guide helped you unlock Co-Op. For more guides like these, head to our website. Has this guide been helpful towards your zombie domination? Let us know in the comments below!

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4 responses

  1. Nikki_boagreis Avatar

    I like this feature, more dev’s need to learn from this. Not being able to just jump online without getting to a certain point in the campaign. Unfortunately “some” Never experience the single player portion and then get all huffy because they lost vs an online opponent in Pvp.

    More games need this feature, not just jumping online without even completing the tutorial and have no idea how you play or no clue what their doing.

    1. Saad Muzaffar Avatar
      Saad Muzaffar

      Dying Light seems to be the only franchise that implements this feature. However, you’ll always find nay-sayers who want to have Co-Op from the get go. Can’t make everyone happy!

      1. Nikki_boagreis Avatar

        The only other game i know for certain that has this feature is “Sword Art Lycoris” After roughly 15 hours of gameplay at the end of chapter 1 you unlock co-op.
        That’s definitely enough time to learn the basics.

        1. Saad Muzaffar Avatar
          Saad Muzaffar

          Interesting! I feel like capping Co-Op for 15 hours might be a bit excessive, though.

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