Techland is reportedly bringing Dying Light: Platinum Edition to Nintendo Switch, which includes all of the game’s DLC as well as bonus features.
Dying Light: Platinum Edition would apparently receive a port on the Nintendo Switch later this year.
As reported by Polish gaming news site ppe.pl, Dying light Developer Techland will bring the Platinum Edition of its 2015 survival horror hit to Switch later in October 2021. Dying Light: Platinum Edition is currently available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, and includes all of the game’s previously released content. The Switch version will cost $ 49.99 at launch, which matches its cost on other platforms.
Since Dying light Released in 2015, Techland added four major content packs and 17 additional character skin packs, all of which will be included in the Switch Platinum edition. The report also claims that the port will take full advantage of features unique to Switch, such as HD Rumble, gyro aiming, motion controls, and touchscreen support. The port will also offer a local cooperative multiplayer mode. And, at no additional cost, physical copies of Dying light for the Switch will include a map, survival guide and stickers.
Dying light received positive reviews upon release, praising the game for its first-person perspective and unique day-night cycle that added a spooky twist to its open-world zombie survival experience. Techland is currently developing Dying Light 2 Stay Human, which is not currently scheduled for release on Nintendo Switch. Barring a surprise announcement of Switch compatibility, the Dying light The sequel launches December 7 on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X | S.
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