Friday, September 30

Dying Light 2 delays its release date on Nintendo Switch by six months

Dying Light 2 Stay Human has been delayed again, although this time it has only affected the version of Nintendo Switch that will work with cloud gaming technology. Techland today announced that the cloud version of his long-awaited zombie apocalypse survival video game will not arrive on February 4 as planned, but will be released at some unspecified time “within six months after the original date”, as we have been able to read in the official press release.

Players who want to enjoy it in other platforms You can rest assured that the PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One and PC versions they have not been delayed, as Techland itself promised shortly after announcing the latest postponement.

What is the reason for the delay Dying Light 2 en Switch?

The reason behind this decision is the usual one: the development team need more time to achieve what they consider to be an adequate quality for a game of these characteristics. In the press release they explain that the reception of Dying Light: Platinum Edition on Nintendo Switch has been so good that they want to make sure they can keep up with the cloud version from Dying Light 2 Stay Human on the hybrid: “Techland ask the fans for patience from Nintendo around the world. After the release of the game, players will be able to experience Dying Light 2 Stay Human with flexible portable gaming at its finest with Nintendo Switch, thanks to cloud technology,” says the company.

Switch players will have to wait a little longer to get into what promises to be a vast adventure with around 500 hours of content, although such a delay is nothing compared to the five years of support that Techland intends to give its new Switch. play. In Vandal We have already been able to play it and in our impressions we tell you that it aims to be “an ambitious and promising RPG”.

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