Dying Light 2 arrives late on Nintendo Switch

Techland has confirmed that the Nintendo Switch version of Dying Light 2 will arrive slightly delayed compared to the other platforms for which the title is expected

The development of Dying Light 2: Stay Human it was certainly quite turbulent, given the numerous shifts that the Techland title has accumulated over the years. Fortunately the development has managed to come to an end, as the game is currently in the gold phase, and therefore new postponements with respect to the official launch date set for the month of February are to be excluded, as confirmed by the same Polish study, which indicated the possibility that this nefarious event could occur as zero. It is, however, a half-truth, given that the Nintendo Switch version will not be immune to yet another delay.

Dying Light 2: the Nintendo Switch version will be delayed

To make the users of the hybrid of the Kyoto house tremble, one thought of it press release released by Techland, within which it is officially confirmed that the Switch version of the expected survival horror, which in this case will be distributed only in the cloud version, will arrive a few months later than that of the other platforms. All this is due to the fact that we want to guarantee the best possible optimization for the release in question.

This is what can be read in the note:

“In order to guarantee fans a gaming experience that lives up to expectations, and in line with what Techland wants to propose, the release date of Dying Light2: Stay Human (Cloud Version) for Nintendo Switch will be postponed. The studio asks all Nintendo fans around the world to have a little more patience. At the launch of the game, players will be able to enjoy Dying Light 2: Stay Human to the fullest of possibilities offered by the flexible experience offered by the console, all powered by cloud technology. “

Dying Light 2 arrives late on Nintendo Switch

Although an official launch date has not been confirmed at the moment, Techland promised that the direct version to Nintendo Switch will be released within six months of the original launch, which implies that we will have to wait until at least August (if the situation does not suffer further shocks) to be able to get our hands on it.

For the other platforms, fortunately, there are no changes whatsoever, with the game in the pipeline, on PS5, Xbox Series X / S, PS4, Xbox One and PC, the next 4th of February.

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