Dying Light Was Released On Nintendo Switch Two Months Ago, But Still Improving

Techland’s zombie survival action game Dying Light has already received three patches since its release.



On October 19, Dying Light: Platinum Edition was released, bringing the popular first-person shooter and open-world survival game from Dead Island creators Techland to the Nintendo hybrid. The game served as an excellent launch for the series on Nintendo Switch, setting the stage for Dying Light 2, which is due in Cloud version on February 4, 2022.

Over the past two months, the team has continued to improve its game with three updates, which Techland reports include the following new additions:

  • 30 FPS framerate cap
  • Increased base resolution in manual mode
  • New performance system
  • A brand new feature in Dying Light, the onboarding system


The latest patch, 1.0.3, also included some significant improvements that the development team has highlighted:

  • Fixed a bug when playing in Chinese in The Following
  • Fixing the cheating bugs
  • Online cooperative mode stability tweaks
  • User interface and translation fixes
  • General bug fixes and stability improvements


Techland is celebrating two months of work with a 25% discount offered to purchase the game in select areas until December 29. Please note, however, that the game is currently not available for purchase in the European eShop due to restrictions in Germany.

Source: Nintendo Everything

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