Nintendo Switch version of Dying Light 2 Stay Human has been delayed
With about two weeks to go until the release of Dying Light 2, Techland has announced that the Nintendo Switch version will be released separately from the other versions within the next six months.
Polish company Takland on February 4 (February 4) finally released Dying Light 2 Stay Human for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox X Series | It will offer Xbox S Series, Xbox One and PC. But the cloud-based version of Nintendo Switch, which can not be experienced without a high-speed Internet connection, has been delayed.
According to the latest game news, the creators do not intend to announce the release date of the new version of Nintendo Switch Diving Light 2. Takland only confirmed that this version will finally arrive 6 months after the original release date. The development team said that they will use this time to bring the experience to the highest possible level for Nintendo Switch gamers.
Dying Light 2 Stay Human has gone through a tumultuous development process, and now Dying Light fans are hoping for its success. If you just want to experience the main story stages of the game, you will spend about 20 hours of your free time on the Diving Light 2 experience. If you complete the sub-steps completely, this time will reach approximately 80 hours. In the middle of this, people who want to see all parts of the map, do every single thing possible, and experience all the different story scenarios, claim that Takland can spend nearly 500 hours experiencing Dying Light 2.