Dying Lights 2: Stay Human Will Be Playable on the Switch via the Cloud
Dying Light 2: Stay Human will be heading to Nintendo Switch through the cloud, pretty much like other titles such as Hitman 3 and Control. It is worth noting, however, that fans of the franchise who want to play the original game’s Platinum Edition while on the go can also start doing so on their Switch consoles next month.
“We have been imagining Dying Light on the Nintendo Switch for a very long time,” said Lead Game Designer Agnesa Belegu. “Getting into the free flow of parkour and exploring our deadly open world has never been more of an adrenaline rush.”
As seen in the previously released Dying Light graphic, the physical retail edition of the game will also be showcasing some welcome features. The version will reportedly boast of some PS4 and Xbox One feature equivalents, and will also include four DLCs and 17 skin bundles. With that said, it is clear that Nintendo Switch players of the Dying Light franchise will have a lot to dig into.
“The flexibility of the Switch helps to immerse you into our world and makes you feel physically involved in it, with the flow of movement and visceral combat enhanced by the dynamic haptic feedback and motion control,” Belegu added.
Dying Light 2: Stay Human will be released day-and-date with other console versions on February 4th. Moreover, a free demo of the game will also be launched alongside it. This means that players can check out if they get a good quality stream with the connection that they have. They can even try the game’s online multiplayer in groups of as much as four players if they would like.
Dying Light Platinum Edition will also launch on the Nintendo Switch on October 19th. Players can buy the game for $49.99, alongside all four of its DLCs and 17 skin bundles. It will also reportedly feature touch screen navigation, gyro aiming, and HD ruble that is specifically for the Switch. It will have online co-op and can also be played locally by simply linking two Switch consoles that are nearby.