Dying Light 2: The Cloud Version For Nintendo Switch Has Been Postponed, Here Are The Details

Dying Light 2 doesn’t seem to have come to an end and brings bad news to Nintendo Switch players. Techland’s open world in the cloud version has been postponed to a date to be set.

While Dying Light 2: Stay Human is preparing to debut on February 4th on PC, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PS5, the cloud version for Nintendo Switch has been postponed. The Techland team announced this and hoped to complete the work “within six months of the original date.” The study explained the reasons for the postponement with a statement: “To provide players with the experience they deserve and that Techland wants to offer, the release date of Dying Light 2: Stay Human (cloud version) on Nintendo Switch will be moved. Techland asks Nintendo fans in every way to be patient. After the game is released, players can try Dying Light 2: Stay Human with a portable and flexible gameplay at its best with Nintendo Switch, based on Cloud technology.”

Meanwhile, the Lead Game Designer Tymon Smektala illustrated in a new video the importance of parkour in the game economy, both in fighting and in exploration. Before leaving, please note that on Everyeye’s pages you can find our Dying Light 2: Stay Human proof.

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