According to rumors, while Techland is still trying to get Dying Light 2: Stay Human under the roof by the end of this year, the team will be bringing the first zombie game to the console in parallel.
Polish website Based on his knowledge, this time Techland is doing Mission Impossible, and while Dying Light 2: Stay Humanon is being finalized, the team will also be bringing the first part of the series to the Nintendo Switch during lunch breaks.
Additionally, Switch owners are rumored to be able to take on Dying Light: Platinum Edition right away, which will include the four main add-ons in addition to the base game, as well as 17 smaller game DLCs. The boxed version also includes a map, sticker pack, and a survival guide. Rumors have it that the Dying Light Switch will take advantage of the hybrid controller’s touchscreen, HD Rumble, gyroscopic targeting and motion detection, as well as local and online co-op adventures.
If the rumors are true, Dying Light: Platinum Edition may debut on the Nintendo Switch sometime in October and we’ll have to leave $50 in stores for that.