Dying Light 2 Stay Human is mere weeks away but for those who wanted to play the sequel to Dying Light on Switch, you’ll have to either wait or try another console version.
On Switch, Techland revealed the game would launch via a cloud-based version, similar to games like Hitman 3 and Kingdom Hearts. Now, it looks like we won’t be seeing the game on Nintendo’s console next week but Techland says that it would launch “within six months from the original date.”
Dying Light 2 Stay Human has been met with several delays over the years and was set to launch on December 7, 2021 before being delayed to its current date of February 4, 2022. Techland said that the delay was needed to so they can provide players “with the gaming experience at the level they deserve.”
I was surprised by how well the Dying Light port on Switch handles when I reviewed it last year. For those who are looking to return to this desolate world with danger around every corner, it looks like you’ll need to wait a bit longer and given that the developer said total completion could take upwards of 500 hours, then you know it will be worth the wait.