Dying Light Platinum Edition heading to Nintendo Switch

Dying Light Platinum Edition heading to Nintendo Switch
Ben Borthwick Updated on by

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Techland has announced that it’ll be bringing 2015 zombie parkour game Dying Light: Platinum Edition to the Nintendo Switch.

The Platinum Edition includes the base game and all the DLC and expansions released since it launched. This includes The Following that adds a customisable buggy, the Bozark Horde mode and Hellraid that even turns the game into a medieval slasher.

While no date has been given, Techland promise “over 100 hours of gameplay” and it’ll also feature co-op mode. Our original review said of the game: “Dying Light is a pleasant surprise. Compulsive and well built, it’s let down by repetitive missions and a feeling of familiarity.”

The news came at the end of the studio’s latest Dying 2 Know broadcast that also took a closer look at the forthcoming sequel—Dying Light 2: Stay Human—and its parkour and combat. We’ll have more on that later, but we were given a brief glimpse during Xbox’s own Gamescom presentation earlier in the week.

A release date has not yet been given. However, Dying Light: Platinum Edition will arrive on the Nintendo Switch “soon.” It’ll also come with a set of stickers, maps and a physical Survival guide, if you’re into that sort of thing.