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Video: Dying Light Switch vs. PC comparison

Posted on October 9, 2021 by (@NE_Brian) in Switch, Videos

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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 contains four pieces of DLC and seventeen skin bundles. Among the lineup is The Following, a huge expansion featuring a new story, a vast original map, and a customizable buggy to drive. You’ll also be getting Bozak Horde that has a challenging game mode with its own side story, the Cuisine & Cargo quarantine zones, Hellraid as a new game mode in a dark-fantasy setting, and much more.

We have the new Dying Light comparison video for the Switch and PC versions of the game below.

Dying Light: Platinum Edition heads to Switch on October 19. Switch will also be getting Dying Light 2 – Cloud Version on February 4, 2022. The official site from Techland can be found here.

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