Release for Nintendo Switch postponed

Developer Techland has announced that the implementation of Dying Light 2 for Nintendo Switch will not be in time for the release of the other platforms. Instead, the cloud version of the open world title should now be available no later than six months after the actual launch. However, there are no longer any changes to the date for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC.

With the Switch implementation, the makers want to offer a gaming experience at the level that their fans deserve. However, those responsible have not revealed exactly why Dying Light 2 was postponed for the Nintendo console. In recent weeks, Techland has presented a lot of new information about the successor. This includes, for example, new gameplay material for the co-op mode or a graphic comparison of the different console versions. Details of Dying Light 2’s post-launch content have also been revealed.

Dying Light 2 Stay Human will be released on February 4th, 2022 for PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. In Germany, the uncut version was refused release by the USK. Therefore, only a cut version with a USK-18 seal will be available in the digital stores in this country for the time being (as reported). The uncut PEGI version can also be ordered as a disc variant from selected retailers (including Amazon).

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