If you want to play two of February’s most noteworthy new releases, you’ll have to wait for Nintendo switch. Or you will have to search elsewhere to paly these games. Square Enix and Techland have announced that the Switch versions of Life is Strange: Remastered Collection and Dying Light 2 will be delayed beyond next month. Both games will be released on other platforms on schedule. With the former due out on February 1st and the latter on February 4th, as planned.
Square Enix announced on Twitter that the Switch version of Life is Strange: Remastered Collection will not be released until later this year. Dying Light 2 will be delayed as well. With Techland informing Eurogamer that the game will be accessible on Nintendo switch portable system through a cloud streaming client. Within six months of the original timetable, it will be announced. Obviously, neither statement is fantastic news for the fans. You will have to wait for a long time to pay the games.