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Dying Light 2

Includes Jump Button Remap, Anti-Motion, Aim Assist, Aim Abuse, Dynamic Melee, Burst Melee, Auto Survivor Sense, Parkour Mode, Auto Dodge, Easy Turn, Auto Lockpick, Auto Pickup, and More!

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GamePack Showcase Video

Introduction

The Dying Light® 2 GamePack features a new Anti-Motion with Adjustable Anti-Motion settings which after you have adjusted will automatically be applied to your melee weapon.
Also features Aim Assist which is now more accurate over longer distances, and like Anti-Motion can be fine-tuned in real-time.
Other essential options include Aim Abuse, Dynamic Melee, Burst Melee, Strong Melee, Auto Survivor Sense, Parkour Mode, Auto Dodge, Easy Turn, Auto Lockpick, Auto Pickup, and Fall Safe.
All Button Presets, Stick Presets, and Trigger Presets are supported.
GamePack Author: XBL Jedi
Compatible Systems: PS5, Xbox X|S, PS4, Xbox One & Windows PC
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Special thanks to our Community GamePack Team: Batts, x22 DOT, LegitCloudzzz, XBL Jedi & Excalibur.

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How to Setup this GamePack

This GamePack is split into color-coded categories that make setup and organization easy to follow and understand. We do encourage you to familiarize yourself with these written instructions, it will pay off for you in the long run.
There are two methods to setup and configure Mods in this GamePack, the first being the GamePack Configuration Interface (or GCI) and the second is the Zen OLED Menu System.

GamePack Configuration Interface (GCI)

The GCI either pops up every time you program a GamePack to a memory slot or when you click on the memory slot number in Zen Studio. This is a really quick way to setup all your preferred defaults from the get-go.
GamePack Default Settings: All default values are optimized for console gaming with a controller. If using
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Mouse & keyboard, you should expect to have to change almost all default settings to suit your preferred playing style, in particular changing all in-game stick sensitivity settings to maximum.
It's very important that you setup your mouse before trying to use any GamePacks or scripts.
Dying Light 2: GamePack Configuration Interface (GCI)

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Zen OLED Menu System

The Zen OLED Menu System is a new groundbreaking feature that allows the configuration and tuning of dozens of different Mod modes and combinations, on-the-fly and in seconds, all from an easy to read OLED interface. Once you have programmed this GamePack to a memory slot it must be enabled and active. This is done by pressing the Memory Slot Button (P1) until the logo of the GamePack you wish to use appears on the OLED screen.
When you see the logo of this GamePack displayed on the screen, simply hold LT/L2 & press MENU/OPTIONS to access the Mod Menu System.
Community GamePack OLED Menu System Quick Toggle: HOLD LT/L2 & PRESS MENU/OPTIONS
Community GamePack OLED Mod Menu System
All Adjustable Mods can be tuned and tested in real-time directly from the Zen GamePack OLED Adjustables Menu.
The menu in this GamePack Menu can be navigated by a controller or a keyboard.
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D-PAD Left, Right, Up Down, A/CROSS to Continue/Enter and B/CIRCLE to go Back/Exit
ARROW Keys Left, Right, Up Down, Return/Enter Key to Continue/Enter and Esc Key to go Back/Exit.

Screensaver

The Zen OLED Menu System has built in screensaver protection to help protect against screen burn. It will kick in after 3 minutes of inactivity. Press any button to return to the Mod Menu screen.
Press Play for Screensaver Demo

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Quick Toggles

Quick Toggles allow you to access the OLED Menu System and instantly enable/disable active Mods while gaming. This gives an incredible advantage in certain situations, for example, if you are using a weapon that requires Anti-Recoil to be disabled quickly, or if you are using a fully automatic weapon and need to disable Rapid Fire, simply tap the Quick Toggle designated to the Active Fire Mod.
Note: When a Mod is disabled, any associated Quick Toggle is also disabled.
Quick Toggle
Action
Hold LT/L2 & Hold D-PAD UP
Active Melee Mod
Hold LT/L2 & Hold D-PAD DOWN
Anti-Motion
Hold LT/L2 & Hold D-PAD LEFT
Aim Assist
Hold LT/L2 & Hold D-PAD RIGHT
Auto Survivor Sense
Hold LT/L2 & Press VIEW/SHARE
Global Kill Switch
Global Kill Switch Quick Toggle: HOLD LT/L2 & PRESS VIEW/SHARE

In-Game Settings

These are all of the settings required for the Mods to function correctly, and they also allow you to dramatically improve the quality and accuracy of your character's movement.

In-Game Button Preset

All default Dying Light Button Layout Presets are available in this GamePack including Bumper/Trigger Flip. Use Zen Studio's GCI or the Zen OLED GamePack Menu to select the layout you are using in-game, the GamePack will then automatically remap all Mods to your preferred choice.
This step is critical. If you don't select the same Button Layout Preset that you are using in-game, several Mods in this GamePack will not function correctly.
  1. 1.
    Select OPTIONS
  2. 2.
    Press RB/R1 4 times to the CONTROLS section
  3. 3.
    Press X/SQUARE to CONTROLLER VIEW
  4. 4.
    Choose your preferred BUTTON PRESET
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Option
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Right Handed (Default)
1
Left Handed

In-Game Stick Preset

All default Dying Light Stick Layout Presets are available in this GamePack including Stick Swap. Use Zen Studio's GCI or the Zen OLED GamePack Menu to select the layout you are using in-game, the GamePack will then automatically remap all Mods to your preferred choice.
This step is critical. If you don't select the same Stick Layout Preset that you are using in-game, several Mods in this GamePack will not function correctly.
  1. 1.
    Press the MENU/OPTIONS button on your controller
  2. 2.
    Select OPTIONS
  3. 3.
    Press RB/R1 4 times to the CONTROLS section
  4. 4.
    Press X/SQUARE to CONTROLLER VIEW
  5. 5.
    Choose your preferred STICK PRESET
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Option
0
Right Handed (Default)
1
Left Handed

In-Game Trigger Preset

All default Dying Light Trigger Layout Presets are available in this GamePack. Use Zen Studio's GCI or the Zen OLED GamePack Menu to select the layout you are using in-game, the GamePack will then automatically remap all Mods to your preferred choice.
This step is critical. If you don't select the same Trigger Layout Preset that you are using in-game, several Mods in this GamePack will not function correctly.
  1. 1.
    Press the MENU/OPTIONS button on your controller
  2. 2.
    Select OPTIONS
  3. 3.
    Press RB/R1 4 times to the CONTROLS section
  4. 4.
    Press X/SQUARE to CONTROLLER VIEW
  5. 5.
    Choose your preferred TRIGGER PRESET
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Option
0
Right Handed (Default)
1
Preset 2
2
Preset 3
3
Preset 4

In-Game Invert Vertical Look

This option is usually Disabled, however, if you prefer to game with an Inverted-Y axis, set the Invert Y to ON and if you plan on using the Anti-Motion Mod, be sure to set the Mod value to 'Inverted-Y Anti-Motion.
  1. 1.
    Press the MENU/OPTIONS button on your controller
  2. 2.
    Select OPTIONS
  3. 3.
    Press RB/R1 4 times to the CONTROLS section
  4. 4.
    Turn INVERT Y AXIS to ON

Jump Button Remap

We personally find it hard to get used to pressing a bumper/trigger button to jump. Therefore we've given you the option to swap your jump button with the A/Cross button. It makes more sense to press A/Cross to jump.
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Option
Description
0
Disabled
Your Jump Button is not swapped.
1
Enabled
Your Jump Button has been swapped to A/Cross

In-Game Controller Vibration

This option blocks all rumble signals sent from the game but still allows the GamePack to read in-game rumble frequencies which are used by several mods to measure timing. The In-Game Controller Vibration option must always be enabled.
  1. 1.
    Press the MENU/OPTIONS button on your controller
  2. 2.
    Select OPTIONS
  3. 3.
    Press RB/R1 4 times to the CONTROLS section
  4. 4.
    Turn VIBRATION to ON
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Option
Description
0
Disabled
Controller WILL receive rumbles
1
Enabled
Controller WILL NOT receive rumbles

Anti-Motion

Anti-Motion helps to control the unwanted up or down motion so that it stays steady while using a weapon, giving you a dramatic advantage over your opponent. You can enable the Aim Assist Mod if using Anti-Motion. It is best to use low Anti-Motion settings for best performance.
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Option
Description
Adjustable
0
Disabled
Anti-Motion Mod & Quick Toggle is Disabled
No
1
Enabled
Anti-Motion Mod is Enabled
Yes
2
Inverted-Y
Anti-Motion Mod is Enabled Inverts Right Stick Axis (Enable In-Game Also)
Yes
Anti-Motion Quick Toggle: HOLD LT/L2 & HOLD D-PAD DOWN

Aim Assist

Aim Assist is a common feature for console shooter games to compensate for the deficiency of using a controller. It tricks the In-Game Aim Assist to be always on by using an exploit that moves the cross-hairs around the actual aim point in a shake pattern, so when the target is moving it fools the game into thinking you're tracking with the target and it will pull the cross-hairs along with it. However, this is only available for about one second after you take your shot.
Aim Assist Adjustable Values
Aim Assist: ADS Strength (1 - 50): Set the strength of Aim Assist while aiming down sights and not firing. This controls intensity of the right stick movement. Higher values will shake more and be noticeable onscreen. This is in general good for close range and non sniper weapons. A lower value shake less generally which is better for far range and scoped weapons. It is recommended to use a balance which is how the default value has been set. If this is set too high and you do not like the screen shake then slightly lower the value of this variable.
Aim Assist: ADS Step (1 - 50): Set the speed of Aim Assist while aiming down sights and not firing. This controls how fast the right sticks rotates in a circular pattern. Higher values will rotate faster. This is in general good for close range and non sniper weapons. A lower value rotates slower generally which is better for far range and scoped weapons. It is recommended to use a balance which is how the default value has been set.airs along with it. This is adjustable for Controller and Mouse.
Aim Abuse: Speed (1 - 1000): This sets how fast the ADS Button is pressed when you are holding the ADS Button.
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Option
Description
Adjustable
0
Disabled
Aim Assist & Quick Toggle is Disabled
No
1
Enabled
Aim Assist is Enabled
Yes
2
Aim Abuse
Aim Assist (Aim Abuse) is Enabled
Yes
Aim Assist Quick Toggle: HOLD LT/L2 & HOLD D-PAD LEFT

Active Melee Mod

This category has a selection of powerful Melee types of Mods, including Dynamic Melee, Burst Melee, and Melee kick.
🔫 Dynamic Melee has the attack rate of a melee weapon tied to the pressure of the trigger. The more pressure applied, the faster you will Melee.​
🔫Burst Melee turns your Melee Weapon into a Burst Attacking Weapon, allowing you to conserve Stamina while achieving more damage.
🔫Melee Kick will attack then is followed by a kick to the enemy.
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Option
Description
Adjustable
0
Disabled
All Melee Mods & Quick Toggle is Disabled.
No
1
Dynamic Melee
Dynamic Melee is Enabled,
Attack Speed is set by the amount of trigger pull.
Auto
2
Burst Melee
Burst Melee is Enabled, turns your Melee Weapon into a Burst Attacking Weapon, allowing you to conserve Stamina while achieving more damage.
No
3
Strong Melee
Strong Melee Is Enabled, Will perfrom Strong Melee's
No
Active Melee Mod Quick Toggle: HOLD LT/L2 & HOLD D-PAD UP

Auto Survivor Sense

Survivor Sense is very important within Dying Light it is similar to pings to find useful items thru-out the game, On Attack will make the sense active when you press the Attack button, On Equipment will make the sense active when you press the Equipment button, On Use will make the sense active on the Use button (X/Square), On All will have it active on all three buttons.
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Option
Description
0
Disabled
Auto Survivor Sense & Quick Toggle is Disabled.
1
On Attack
Auto Survivor Sense (On Attack) is Enabled.
2
On Equipment
Auto Survivor Sense (On Equipment) is Enabled.
3
On Use
Auto Survivor Sense (On Use) is Enabled.
4
On All
Auto Survivor Sense (On All) is Enabled.
Auto Survivor Sense Quick Toggle: HOLD LT/L2 + HOLD D-PAD RIGHT

​🛠 Miscellaneous Mods

This category hosts a whole range of incredible mods which are added due to their usefulness and popularity.​​

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Parkour Mode

Parkour Mode will be active when you hold the jump button to constantly jump so you will be grabbling ledges and jumping at the same time.
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Option
Description
0
Disabled
Parkour Mode is Disabled
1
Enabled
Parkour Mode is Enabled

Auto Dodge

Dodge in any direction by pushing the Left Stick in the direction you want to dodge. Left will dodge left, Right will dodge right, and All Directions will dodge in any direction.
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Option
Description
0
Disabled
Auto Dodge is Disabled
1
Left
Auto Dodge (Left) is Enabled
2
Right
Auto Dodge (Right) is Enabled
3
All Directions
Auto Dodge (All Directions) is Enabled

Auto Block

You will be constantly blocking when you are not in motion this helps for when multiple enemies surround you or you feel cornered.
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Option
Description
0
Disabled
Auto Block is Disabled
1
Enabled
Auto Block is Enabled

Easy Turn

Easy Turn will make your character turn backwards by simply pushing the stick down, helping you get out of hoards and tight situations. rn
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Option
Description
0
Disabled
Easy Turn is Disabled
1
Enabled
Easy Turn is Enabled

Auto Lockpick

Tired of breaking picks? If enabled, when you are ready to pick a lock, simply press LS/L3 and RS/R3 at the same time and watch the Cronus Zen do the work for you. This Mod has been optimized for the Xbox. Due to extra feedback, this console gives us, we can detect which direction the pick needs to be moved for a successful pick.
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Option
Description
0
Disabled
Auto Lockpick is Disabled
1
Enabled
Auto Lockpick is Enabled

Lockpick Movement/Speed

This sets the movement/speed that is applied to the lockpick, which can be very useful while lockpicking in Dying Light.
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Option
Description
0
Very Fine (Slowest)
Lockpick Movement/Speed is set to Very Fine
1
Fine
Lockpick Movement/Speed is set to Fine
2
Average (Recommended)
Lockpick Movement/Speed is set to Average
3
Coarse
Lockpick Movement/Speed is set to Coarse
4
Very Coarse (Most Inaccurate)
Lockpick Movement/Speed is set to Very Coarse

Auto Pickup/Loot

This will constantly press and hold the use button saving you time when gathering loot.
0
Disabled
Auto Pickup/Loot is Disabled
1
Enabled
Auto Pickup/Loot is Enabled

Fall Safe

This Mod will turbo the crouch/slide button when it is held down. This is handy if you have the Forward Roll Skill unlocked in the Agility Skill tree as it enabled you to fall from a greater height than usual. This Mod makes the task of pressing the crouch button at the correct time much easier.
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Option
Description
0
Disabled
Fall Safe is Disabled
1
Enabled
Fall Safe is Enabled

​🔀Crossover Auto-Remap

When this GamePack is being used on a PlayStation 4 or 5 and detects the connected controller is not a DualSense or DualShock 4, it will automatically reassign Touchpad to the Select/Back/View/Minus Button so you are still able to utilize in-game Touchpad functionality on a PlayStation while using a Crossover controller. You can also access the PS5/PS4 Share Screen by pressing Select/Back/View/Minus + RS (Right Stick). If playing on PC with a Playstation controller View/Share and Touchpad are Swapped.​
​When this GamePack is being used on an Xbox Series X|S and detects the connected controller is not an Xbox Series X|S Controller but a PlayStation controller, it will automatically reassign Share to the Touchpad so you are still able to utilize in-game Share Button functionality on an Xbox Series X|S while using a PlayStation controller.​

​​⁉Troubleshooting

If you are experiencing unstable performance or settings issues with your GamePack, it's likely that the configuration profile has become corrupted. This can sometimes happen when updating to a newer GamePack version with major structural changes or using a memory slot that already had a pack previously programmed to it.
Simply go to Device ​👉Erase Memory Slots, unplug the Zen mini-USB cable, go to File ​👉Relaunch as Admin, reconnect the mini-USB cable to the Zen, and program the GamePack again. You will now find the Mods are working as they should​😃
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