Dying Light Switch Patch Includes “A Number Of Tweaks, Updates, And New Features”
Although Dying Light 2 was limited to a cloud release on the Nintendo Switch, the first Dying Light was actually a remarkable achievement on the hybrid platform. With this in mind, the Switch version of the original game has this week received a new update.
According to the game’s official social channels, this latest update brings “tweaks, updates, and new features”. There’s even some “performance optimization” as can be seen below:
Here are the full patch notes for Version 1.0.4 (via Nintendo Everything):
The latest Nintendo Switch patch for Dying Light brings a number of tweaks, updates, and new features!
Alongside addressing various other bugs that were spoiling your fun, we took a closer look at the crashes and black screens some of you were experiencing while exploring Harran. This (and many other things) should no longer be an issue, and now you can focus entirely on slaughtering zombies!
We also optimized performance and the HD Rumble feature, so now, when you enter Harran, you may notice that your game runs smoother and your Joy-Con have an improved reaction to what’s happening on the screen for even more immersion!
But this isn’t all! Now you can complete your TechlandGG challenges on Nintendo Switch! Take up missions, finish them wherever you are, and enjoy the rewards – the challenges await!
Don’t forget to check on the Hellraid dungeon, as it’s just gotten an update too! Reworked armory, improved balancing, new bounties, and more are waiting for you!
And while you’re parkouring through Harran, don’t miss the Tolga & Fatin event happening now! The twins have a special request and… a very special reward! Make sure you pay them a visit and help progress their research!
Have you tried out the latest update for this game on the Switch yet? Notice anything else? Leave a comment down below.