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Submitted by john2 887d ago | news

Zombie Studios developing a PC exclusive psychological thriller, powered by Unreal Engine 4

DSOGaming writes: "Zombie Studios has announced a new PC exclusive title that will be coming out on the second quarter of 2013 and will be powered by Epic’s Unreal Engine 4." (Next-Gen, PC, Unreal Engine 4, Zombie Studios)

landog  +   886d ago
WOW!! This is great news, really excited to see the Unreal 4 engine in action, Zombie studios are great devs imo, Blacklight Retrobution is an AMAZING free to play fps, the graphics are great, performance is excellent and it features some nice dx11 effects, great, fast gunplay and INCREDIBLE depth of customization with weapons/mods and armor.

This is great news indeed!

Also, this is even more confirmation that next gen consoles will be out very, very soon. YAYYY!!!
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pandehz  +   886d ago
OOOOh yeah bring it on
NICE!!!
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jay2  +   886d ago
I'll be buying :D.

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