It’s hard to believe that Dying Light 2 is finally coming out this year, as the game had been out of the public eye for the longest time, resulting in a lot of extra DLC for the original Dying Light.
We got a lot of information on Dying light 2 since then, including the game’s December release date and the consoles it will be hitting, which are the usual suspects from Sony and Microsoft.
Is Dying Light 2 Coming To Nintendo Switch?
Sadly, there are a lot of fans who are also hoping to see Dying Light 2 on Nintendo Switch and it hurts us to say that won’t be happening anytime soon.
Anyone who has seen Dying Light 2 or even Dying Light in action knows that the game is a bit much for the current Nintendo Switch hardware, which is why a lot of people really want that rumored Switch upgrade to come into fruition.
Until that happens, it looks like we won’t see games like Dying Light 2 on the Nintendo Switch unless a developer like Panic Button does a miracle port as they’ve done with DOOM.
We can also imagine a Dying Light 2 cloud version that can run on Nintendo Switch, though it will need high-speed internet to run properly and that won’t be as fun.
Honestly, if you’re even a little interested in playing Dying Light 2 or the first Dying Light, you’re better off getting a PS4 Pro or Xbox One X to play the game better, considering how hard it is to get a PS5 and Xbox Series X.
Dying Light 2 is coming out on December 7 for the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC.