The aging Dying Light received a port to the Nintendo Switch on October 19th. However, it is not available in digital form in Europe, Australia and New Zealand because BPjM has tabled the title. Techland, meanwhile, is trying to raise the bar.
Who would have thought that one day Germany would be responsible for denying permission for a game to those in Australia? This has now happened with a digital switchboard called the Dying Light from Techland, which first appeared six years ago. The German Youth Protection Act confirms that Typing Lite is currently available in digital form across Europe on the Nintendo Switch and in Australia and New Zealand.
German youth protection ensures interest abroad
At the request, the PPJM (Federal Testing Office for Youth Media Harm) caused the code to survive after its 2015 release. This means, on the one hand, a ban on the promotion of the game and, on the other hand, a ban on sales through online stores. In this case, it’s complicated because the Digital Switchboard is currently only available through Nintendo’s e – Shop – and its European representative must be registered everywhere in Germany.
According to Techland, it appears to affect not only the European version of the game, but also the version in Australia and New Zealand. Reddit Meanwhile, the development studio, along with its partners and local authorities, said it would ban the switch version of Dying Light. To cancel. Techland adds that physics copies of the game will continue to be available digitally in affected countries, the United States and Asia.
Although Development Studio tries to “release” the dying light for the switch, the second part of the survival horror develops. This must first be postponed several times On December 7, 2021 Appears, however, Deckland reported last month February 4, 2022 is the official release date Will be. Dying light2 Released for PC, PlayStation 4 and 5 and Xbox One and Xbox Series X / S.
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