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'Dying Light 2' Delayed Up To Six Months, But Only On One Console

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'Dying Light 2' Delayed Up To Six Months, But Only On One Console

After years of anticipation and several delays, Dying Light 2 is finally set to release on all platforms February 4. Or... that was the plan, at least.

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While Dying Light 2 will meet its release date as intended on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series consoles, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, there's one console that will have to wait a little (or a lot) longer for the open-world zombie sequel.

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Developer Techland has just announced that the Nintendo Switch version of Dying Light 2 has been indefinitely delayed, informing fans that they may have to wait up to six months to play the game on the home console/handheld hybrid. That means Switch players might not get Dying Light 2 until August.

A cloud version of Dying Light 2 was announced for Switch last year. It's the latest in a long line of third-party AAA releases to receive a cloud version on the Nintendo console. Control, Hitman 3, and Guardians Of The Galaxy are all available via cloud steaming, although of course these titles require a stable internet connection to play... which rather robs the Switch of its handheld properties.

Techland didn't say much about the delay, other than that it had made the decision to provide Switch players, "with the gaming experience at the level they deserve".

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Any Switch users out there wanting to get their fix of zombie parkour action will have to make do with the original Dying Light for now. The 2015 game was ported to the console last year, and actually runs brilliantly. Be sure to check it out if you're looking to scratch that undead itch.

Featured Image Credit: Techland

Topics: Dying Light 2, Techland, Nintendo

Ewan Moore
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