Techland has announced that its parkour survival horror game Dying Light is getting a brand new release! Dying Light: Definitive Edition has been announced and is out on consoles tomorrow, but Switch owners will have to wait a bit longer to get their hands on this definitive package.
Originally released in 2015, Dying Light was praised for its controls and its multiplayer, and the developer has continued to support the game up to today. The sequel, Dying Light 2 Stay Human — also due for a Switch release via the cloud this year — launched earlier this year with a more-expansive world and tons of quests.
This rerelease of the first game will include all 26 DLCs on top of the base game, and if you already own the Platinum Edition, you'll automatically be upgraded for free! That means you'll get the last 5 DLC packages for free.
That sounds like a killer deal to us, even if we have to wait just a bit longer than PlayStation and Xbox owners! We reviewed the Platinum Edition when it dropped last October and called the port a "remarkable achievement":
Currently, no date has been set for the Switch version of Dying Light: Definitive Edition, but PlayStation and Xbox owners will be able to pick up the game digitally from tomorrow. We'll let you know as soon as we find out!
Here's a reminder of what the Platinum Edition gave us.
Will you be picking this one up? Let us know in the comments!