Dying Light Platinum Edition Is Heading To Switch


Dying Light
Image: Techland

In what was one of the most off-the-cuff major announcements we can remember, Techland concluded a Gamescom show talking about Dying Light 2 by confirming that Dying Light Platinum Edition is coming to the Switch.

The original Dying Light made a big mark on PS3 / Xbox 360, with its first-person sandbox zombie-killing action winning plenty over, along with the fact you can play it in co-op with buddies online. It then had a Platinum Edition on PS4 and Xbox One, which buffed the game up to a shine and included all of the DLC; that’s the iteration seemingly being ported to Switch.

It’ll have a tasty physical edition, too, which you can see below.

Dying Light Switch
Image: Techland

A single playthrough of Dying Light Platinum Edition will provide fans with over 100 hours of single-player gameplay and countless additional adventures when playing with friends and exploring the world in co-op mode. The physical release of the Platinum Edition on Nintendo Switch will contain:

– Switch game card with Dying Light
– Survival guide – containing the most important tips & tricks on how to survive in the restricted zone
– Two-sided map
– Unique stickers

No release date or even window has been given as yet, but hopefully that will come soon.

Are you excited about Dying Light coming to the Switch?





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