"Within six months of the initial release date," Switch copies will be available.
The release date for Dying Light 2 has been pushed back another again, as Nintendo Switch Cloud copies will no longer be available on February 4th.
Developer Techland has announced that the launch of Dying Light 2 for the Nintendo Switch has been “moved to a later date”.
“In order to provide fans with the gaming experience at the level they deserve and that Techland wants to provide, Dying Light 2 Stay Human (Cloud Version)’s release date on Nintendo Switch will be moved,” says the studio.
Although a new release date for the apocalyptic zombie game for the Switch has yet to be determined, Techland claims it plans to release it "within six months of the previous date."
The studio has confirmed that the game will continue to be released on February 4 on other consoles.
Despite the fact that the game has yet to be released, Techland is already talking about what fans may anticipate from it once it does. The studio said last week that it will "commit to 5 years of post-launch game support," which would provide storey DLC (downloadable material), more locations, and more.
All of this stuff is in addition to what's already available at launch. Techland amended its comments after claiming that Dying Light 2 would take over 500 hours to complete, clarifying that the core storey can be completed in just 20 hours. Completionists who want to see everything, on the other hand, can still expect to put in the 500 hours originally indicated.
Techland just released a video detailing what fans may anticipate from co-op gaming.
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