Dying Light 2 is the recently released action role-playing survival horror video game. Well, every new game is bound to face certain issues due to some unexpected bugs. Being a new game, Dying Light 2 is also troubling many players by throwing the “Can’t join player session” and “Connection failed” Error. If you are also facing one of these errors and looking for its fix, consider reading this article till the end as we have listed down several fixes.
Sequel to the 2015-released title, Dying Light 2 revolves around the protagonist, Aiden Caldwell. Aiden traverses the city of Villedor in search of his little sister. Carrying the hope of the city on his shoulders, Aiden is up against all the odds that have led this apocalypse to hit the world. On this journey, you will be grooming Aiden’s combat skills and making allies to save the human race in this world. Coming back to the main topic, here is everything you need to know about fixing the “Can’t join player session” and “Connection failed” Error in Dying Light 2.
FIX: Dying Light 2 Can’t join player session and Connection failed Error
Here are several fixes or methods that you can try one by one to resolve these errors in Dying Light 2.
The Co-op multiplayer mode in this game is not available to play right from the beginning. So, if you are not able to play that mode, you must ensure that you have finished the Markers of Plague story quest to unlock the co-op mode.
If you are encountering a “Connection Failed” error, then there is a high chance that it has occurred due to a temporary bug. In this case, you must try again after restarting Dying Light 2.
If you are still getting the same error, then you must ensure that you are connected to an active as well as stable internet connection.
There is a chance that some games files are missing or corrupt in Dying Light 2. To verify game files, you must follow this path:
Under Library, right-click on Dying Light 2 and select Properties
Under the Local Files category, select Verify Integrity of Game Files
So, after trying all these fixes, you will no longer encounter “Can’t join player session” and “Connection failed” errors in Dying Light 2. If you found this article helpful, share it with your friends.
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