Warsaw, Poland, Dec 17, 2013 - Techland and Warner
Bros. Interactive Entertainment released today a new gameplay video
from Dying Light, showcasing the darker side of the game's
revolutionary day-and-night-cycle mechanic. The video gives a
glimpse into different strategies that players will adopt depending
on the time of day in order to survive.
Slow, apathetic, and easily visible, the infected are not much
of a threat in daylight. A skilled courier, sure of their parkour
skills and smart enough not to engage in combat with too many
enemies, can effortlessly avoid larger groups of the infected or
escape beyond their reach. But this relatively safe state of
affairs is turned upside down as the sun sets!
At night, it is you who is at a disadvantage. Without daylight,
the senses of the infected become more acute while their thirst for
human flesh skyrockets. They run, jump, and climb, so there is
really no place where you are safe anymore. They grow in strength,
which means fighting them is not even an option. Those of them who
were too afraid of light to come out during the day now swarm the
city hunting for you. Still, there is something even worse lurking
in the shadows...
See it with your own eyes!
What tactics will you use to survive the night? Will you put
your trust in your agility and try to outrun the infected despite
the odds? Or use the lack of light to your advantage and sneak past
them? Remember, your decision determines if you will see the
Dying Light is a first-person action survival horror game set in
a vast and dangerous open world, where players scavenge for
supplies during the day as to be best prepared to survive the
night. The game will launch for Xbox One, PS4, Xbox 360, PS3 and PC
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Techland is a leading Polish developer, publisher and
distributor of PC and console games founded in 1991. Its
proprietary Chrome Engine 5 technology is among the world's most
advanced game engines, with full PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation®3
system compatibility while its latest Chrome Engine 6 has full
support for PC and the next generation consoles, Xbox One and
PlayStation 4 . With a staff of over 260 specialists in three
development offices in Wroclaw and Warsaw, Poland, and Vancouver,
Canada, Techland is committed to delivering top-quality titles such
as the Dead Island and Call of Juarez series for worldwide markets.
Currently, the company is working on several high-profile titles
including Hellraid and Dying Light, the latter being developed for
current and next-gen consoles and PCs.