Dying Light 2 Save File Location

    Dying Light 2 Stay Human will be out tomorrow and we can’t be any more excited. Based on the reviews so far, the game is looking really good in terms of gameplay and exploration. However, it has been noticed that Dying Light 2 initial release has some bugs in it, sadly. One major bug is the loss of save game data. Yup, it sucks. Losing all our progress in a massively open-world game is the last thing anyone would want. However, in this guide, we will help you in finding Dying Light 2 save file location so you can make a backup and restore if necessary.

    Before we begin, it should be noted that the exact save data location of Dying Light 2 is unknown at this time of writing. But as we are experts in finding saved game data of any game, we have multiple working paths where you can very likely find the saved data. Furthermore, we will surely update the article when the exact location will be pinpointed.

    Update: The exact path is Path 1.

    How to find Dying Light 2 save file location


    Note: The folder name can be “DL2”, “534380” or “DyingLight2”

    Path 1
    C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\userdata\534380

    Path 2

    Path 3

    Path 4
    C:\Users\(Username)\Documents\My Games

    Path 5
    C:\Users\(Username)\Saved Games

    Path 6


    Linux users can try finding the save data in the following paths.

    Path 1
    ~/.steam/steam/userdata/<user-id>/1133200/ (the number will vary)

    Path 2
    ~/.steam/steam/steamapps/compatdata/1133200/pfx/ (the number will vary)

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    Talha Saqib
    Talha Saqib
    Founder of Retrology. Been actively following the gaming and media industry for the past 15 years. Also, a full-time software engineer. My day-to-day tasks include writing, editing, strategizing content, managing my team, and handling the complete back-end.
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