Nintendo Switch owners are particularly being left out. With the publishers at Starbreeze resurrecting Payday 2 with more content in 2020, the developers at Overkill Software provided a \u201cWind of Change\u201d update detailing what PlayStation 4 and Xbox One owners can expect in the coming year. Unfortunately, there\u2019s not as much good news as some were hoping\u2014especially for Nintendo Switch owners. In a detailed blog post, the developer discussed a new update, which is available \u201cnow-ish\u201d for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. It will make the game \u201cslightly closer to the current Legacy collection on PC." However, some content isn\u2019t making the cut; and worse yet, PC and consoles \u201cwill unfortunately have disparity going forward,\u201d according to the post. \u201cSome of the remaining heists, together with the Safe House-feature, unfortunately have too high requirements in terms of optimization to be viable to port at this time,\u201d Overkill said. These include the following: \tShacklethorne Auction Heist (part of Icebreaker Campaign) \tReservoir Dogs Heist \tHells Island Heist (part of Breaking News Campaign) \tNo Mercy Heist (part of Breaking News Campaign) \tThe White House Heist (part of Breaking News Campaign) \tThe Safe House feature Overkill did note that it will try to release weapons, masks, and mods from these missions in the game separately, but it wouldn\u2019t guarantee the content would make the cut. This also means console players won\u2019t get access to the final \u201cThe Secret\u201d storyline. Overkill noted it may "revisit" the content in the future. But again, no guarantees. It also said it will try to add the Silk Road campaign to the game, noting, \u201cWe\u2019re looking into it." One version of Payday 2 that will definitely not get any further updates is the Nintendo Switch. \u201cWe\u2019ve been forced to make many hard decisions along the road, and this is yet another," Overkill said. "To put the Switch version separately into context, the transfer of the game over to the Switch platform was not made in-house and would require significant further investments to happen.\u201d What kind of divide this will create for Payday 2 in 2020 has yet to be seen. But there are likely to be a few players unhappy with these changes\u2014particularly on Switch.