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Zombie Studios explains Daylight’s procedural levels and gameplay

Zombie Studios explains Daylight’s procedural levels

Zombie Studios has revealed more information about its upcoming game—Daylight—which is set to be one of the first games to run on Epic’s next-gen Unreal Engine 4. In the game, players will take the role of a woman who wakes up in an abandoned asylum and has amnesia. To aid her, she has a cellphone which guides her through the asylum. The twist is that the game’s levels are procedurally generated, much like an old-school roguelike.

Players can use the cellphone as both a compass and a light source, and as the character makes her way through the asylum, doors behind her close shut and new doors open up. Every playthrough will be vastly different thanks to the randomisation of levels. According to publisher Atlus, playthroughs of the game will only last as long as the battery of the cellphone, which averages out at around 45 minutes. The game will feature both indoor and outdoor areas in and around the asylum.

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Asylums: The most original horror setting ever

Daylight seems to have some things in common with fan-favourite indie horror game Amnesia: The Dark Descent. Mainly the fact that both games have a first-person perspective and focus on solving puzzles and hiding from monsters and ghosts instead of straight up fighting.

Daylight runs on the latest version of the Unreal Engine. The previous generation of the engine has been one of the most popular and versatile game engines to be released. It has powered many games, some of the more popular ones being the Gears of War series for the Xbox 360, the BioShock series, the Batman Arkham series, Borderlands 2, and DmC Devil May Cry.

Daylight is set to come out on the PlayStation 4 in early 2014, and some reports hint at the game coming to the PC as well.

[source:tech2]

6 comments

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    can u produce a listing of all of the approaching games for wii virtual console. startin tonight. thnx.

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    Its Very Hard that i can make an decision Must I get Xbox 360 One , Ps4 , Wii U , Etc. Produce Links Details Your Thinking . So When you know me which gaming console must i get also let me know what games i ought to also buy with this gaming console .

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    Geraldo Pariseau

    What’s the difference? I have learned that Computer games aren’t actually “occur stone” and could be patched each time there’s an issue. However console games aren’t patched but up-to-date? Problems in console games tend to be harder to get rid of compared to Computer games. Could someone explain this in my experience in depth?

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    Is not easier to purchase a PS3 or Xbox 360 360 rather than buy or develop a gaming pc? i am talking about is not far more costly and much more of the hassle obtaining the right components. on consoles you simply hook it up and play, it’s split-screen multiplayer, and you may experience your 50in. plasma with multichannel audio. arent consoles better?

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    Does anybody have a listing from the confirmed Virtual Console games not launched yet. Please no wikipedia

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    Hi men I have used consoles since Christmas 2006 and I am only 13 I have loved them but I am wondering must i switch I’m prepared to pay lots of money for this and there’s remotes will be able to use should i be battling so must i switch could it be worthwhile?

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