Dying Light: Platinum Edition launches on Nintendo Switch tomorrow

Dying Light: Platinum Edition

The first game in one of the most respected zombie franchises in video games is finally coming to the Switch. Even better? Dying Light: Platinum Edition comes with a lot of extra content.

Although Techland has not been in the spotlight in recent years, the Polish firm has already planned the Nintendo Switch release. Dying Light: Platinum Edition includes four DLCs and seventeen skin packages, giving you everything you need to explore the post-apocalyptic world.

The arrival of Dying Light on the Switch

We’ve seen many ups and downs with Switch ports over the years, from horrors like RiME to real miracles like The Witcher 3 and Bioshock. This time, Techland hopes to surprise us with a transfer of the first Dying Light game. Of course, it would be incorrect to anticipate a version that is technically comparable to the original on PC, which was a spectacle at the time, owing to the Switch’s poor graphics capability.

This, however, will have no effect on the end outcome, and what is most important in a title like this one is the frame rate, which the Polish company aims to stabilize in order to provide a playable experience of the title.

Dying Light: Platinum Edition is ideal for anybody looking to get a taste of what the Dying Light franchise has to offer before the release of Dying Light 2 on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Switch in February 2022. It offers an excessive quantity of material and a decent enough frame rate.

Dying Light: Platinum Edition will be released on Nintendo Switch on October 19th. The game is available for pre-order on a variety of websites, including the Nintendo eShop and Amazon.

Watch the announcement trailer of Dying Light: Platinum Edition here on Game Freaks 365!

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