Dying Light: The Following – Enhanced Edition – Patch 1.11.1 Adds Option To Disable Chromatic Aberration

Techland has released a new patch for Dying Light: The Following – Enhanced Edition that adds an option to disable Chromatic Aberration. According to the changelog, this update also adds various stability improvements, including co-op. This patch will be auto-downloaded from Steam, and you can read its complete changelog below.

Dying Light: The Following – Enhanced Edition – Patch 1.11.1 Changelog:

• Chromatic aberration toggle added.
• Various stability improvements, including co-op

Dying Light: The Following fixes:
• Fixed a rare bug causing loss of all equipped car parts during a Be the Zombie match

Linux-specific fixes:
• Fixed movies not playing in the skill details sub-menu.

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