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Dying Light Platinum Edition

Dying Light Definitive Edition

Dying Light is already on Switch with its Platinum Edition, but in the future, Techland will be shipping a new Definitive Edition.

The studio says it understands “the sheer number of updates and DLCs released for our game might be daunting for new and returning players.” That’s where the new version comes in. Along with the base game, players will receive all 26 DLCs (including skin bundles and expansion packs).

Dying Light update 1.0.4

Another update has gone live for the Switch version of Dying Light, with Techland issuing version 1.0.4. It includes tweaks, improvements, and new features.

Performance has been further enhanced, and HD Rumble is now better supported. That’s along with an updated Hellraid dungeon and Tolga & Fatin event.

Dying Light update 1.0.3

A new update has gone out for Dying Light: Platinum Edition on Switch, which puts the game at version 1.0.3. Aside from fixes and tweaks, an achievement system has been added.

Below are the full patch notes for the Dying Light version 1.0.3 update:

Dying Light Switch update 1.0.2

Though the game hasn’t been out for very long, Techland has already managed to come out with a new 1.0.2 update for Dying Light: Platinum Edition on Switch – and it’s pretty notable.

The studio has made significant improvements from both a technical and gameplay perspective. It comes with increased handheld resolution, a frame rate cap of 30 FPS, changes to motion controls, and more.

Below are the full patch notes for the Dying Light version 1.0.2 Switch update:

Dying Light Switch

Gameplay has emerged for the Switch version of Dying Light: Platinum Edition, Techland’s open world zombie survival title. The video contains about a half hour of footage.

For more on Dying Light: Platinum Edition, read the following overview:

Dying Light Platinum Edition Switch

Dying Light: Platinum Edition has made it to Switch, and we have a new trailer to celebrate. Techland published a video promoting the open world zombie survival game’s launch on Nintendo’s console.

Here’s a whole bunch of information about the title:

Dying Light Switch frame rate

In its latest technical analysis today, Digital Foundry has taken a closer look at the Switch version of Dying Light, including the game’s frame rate. We also get insight into how Techland changed the game for Nintendo’s console, a technique used when it comes to resolution, and more.

Here’s the full roundup of tidbits:

Dying Light Switch touch

When Dying Light: Platinum Edition heads to Switch this month, it will make use of the system’s various features such as the touch screen. This can be used as another form of control to manipulate the inventory and UI navigation.

Dying Light will have other notable features on Switch as well. The game supports HD Rumble, gyro aiming, motion controls, and co-op – both locally and online.

Here’s some additional information about the game:

dying light comparison

A new video has emerged that acts as a comparison for the Switch and PC versions of Dying Light: Platinum Edition.

Dying Light on Switch contains the base game and a ton of additional content. It will also support the system’s various features, including gyro aiming, motion control, and HD Rumble. Players can also navigate the interface with touch screen support as well. Local and online co-op are both supported, allowing players to enjoy the game by placing two consoles next to each other.

Dying Light: Platinum Edition

While we knew that Dying Light: Platinum Edition was coming to Switch previously, we have a closer look at the game. Techland has prepared a new set of screenshots showing off the port.

The full set of images is posted below.

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