Dying Light 2 Control and Key Bindings

Dying Light 2 controls and keybinds – Looking for the keyboard controls of the PC version of Dying Light 2? Here they are.

Once you go through this article, you will have a complete knowledge about the different keyboard controls and key bindings that you require to play the PC version of Dying Light 2.

All the controls and keybindings given below are set by default and have not been changed in any way.

Dying Light 2 Control and Key Bindings

Movement Controls

  • Move Forward: W
  • Move Backwards: S
  • Strafe Left: A
  • Strafe Right: D
  • Crouch: C
  • Jump: Space

Dying Light 2 Movement Controls

Action Controls

  • Use Accessory: Mouse Scroll Click
  • Loot / Search / Interact: F
  • Trade / Interact (alternative): R
  • Survivor Sense: Q
  • Look Back: Caps Lock
  • Attack: Left Click
  • Kick: E
  • Reload: R
  • Paraglider: Z

Dying Light 2 Actions Controls

Inventory Controls

  • Flashlight: T
  • Use Consumable: H
  • Next Equipment: Wheel Down
  • Previous Equipment: Wheel Up
  • Drop Item: Backspace

Dying Light 2 Inventory Controls

Quick Select Controls

  • Cycle Equipment: 1
  • Cycle Consumables: 2
  • Change Weapons: 3

Dying Light 2 Quick select controls

Menu Shortcuts

  • Inventory Menu: I
  • Map Menu: M
  • Quest Log: J
  • Skill Menu: U
  • Brief Continue: T
  • Brief Decline: N

Dying Light 2 Menu Shortcuts

The controls mentioned above are set by default when you start playing the game and can be later modified as per your preferences.

Dying Light 2 “Cannot bind mouse buttons” issue

So, there is a bug in Dying Light 2 at the moment, that is not letting people bind their mouse buttons. I think, this is something that was not intentional. I am pretty sure that Techland will add this feature soon. Check out this post from a Steam user:

Keybind issues
Hopefully they fix this soon, my middle mouse button changes my mouse sensitivity so pressing that in the middle of a game is a bad idea, but it won’t let me rebind it to my extra mouse button despite the first game allowing this, its small but annoying since i have to find a random key that isn’t being used.

In the meantime, you can use a software called Mouse Manager to rebind the mouse button.

If you think this guide has helped you, then let us know in the comment section below. Also, if you are facing other problems with the game, then try checking out our other guides on Dying Light 2. Who knows, you might end up finding a fix.

That’s all folks!

Last Updated on February 4, 2022

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