Leaks suggest that Dying Light is coming to the Nintendo Switch
By Ray Ampoloquio
July 20, 2021
Earlier this year, Techland released Dying Light: Platinum Edition.
This bundle contained all the DLCs released for the 2015 title and a couple of new ones.
Now, it looks like the Platinum Edition is headed to the Nintendo Switch.
If the leaks are to be believed, Dying Light: Platinum Edition is headed to the Nintendo Switch sometime in October 2021.
This would line up well with the Nintendo Switch OLED.
If the leak is true, the more pressing matter is how the game will run on the Nintendo Switch.
Nintendo's portable console is notoriously weaker compared to the PS4 and Xbox One.
Even if Dying Light won't be a technical marvel on the Switch, most gamers will be happy if it maintains at least 30 fps at around 1080p at reasonable graphics settings.
On a more cynical note, the Switch port of Dying Light (among others), is a good example of why the Steam Deck will be a success despite its relative lack of power.
If the Steam Deck can run 5-6 years old games with the same graphical downgrades that it will have on the Switch, PC gamers should be more than happy with Valve's handheld console.
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