Admittedly, Techland is working full steam ahead to satisfy all fans of the Dying Light world. The Polish development studio is thus working in parallel on the continuation of the zombie parkour game from 2015 and bringing new content to its six-year-old title.
Earlier this year, they announced that Dying Light would be coming to the Nintendo Switch console. Users of Nintendo's gaming platform have to be patient for another four days before a well-received zombie game with parkour mechanics arrives in their hands. During news about Dying Light 2, Techland responded to one user on Twitter to save the next-gen update for Dying Light.
It is not yet known when it will arrive. In addition to the confirmation, it was also mentioned that we will find out more information about it soon. Maybe already in one of the next Dying 2 Know episodes that Techland broadcasts on its Twitch channel, where the main people from the development studio talk about the sequel to Dying Light, but also bring information about the original.
Dying Light - Hellraid keeps growing! A new place to explore, new quests and much more! It's pure magic! pic.twitter.com/0JNrjiKoM7— Dying Light (@DyingLightGame) October 14, 2021
Dying Light can normally be played on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series consoles, but at 30 fps. As noted earlier in the text, the date of this update is not known, but we can speculate that it will happen just before the release of Dying Light 2 to attract new players to play the sequel.