Earlier this month, Techland confirmed on Twitter that it is working on a next-gen patch for Dying Light. “We’re currently working on a next-gen patch for Dying Light 1 – more details coming in the future.”
As of right now, the developer hasn’t revealed any more details on what to expect with this next-gen patch of the game in terms of graphics improvements, frame rate, etc.
The game is also coming to Nintendo Switch with a release date of October 19, 2021. The game comes with its 4 major DLCs (The Following, Bozak Horde, Hellraid, Cuisine & Cargo) and 17 skin bundles.
Dying Light on Nintendo Switch features Motion controls, HD rumble, Local CO-OP, Touch screen, Online CO-OP, and Gyroscope.
Last month, Techland confirmed that the next installment in the Dying Light franchise, Dying Light 2, has been delayed again, now releasing on February 4, 2022.