Zombie Studios has announced Daylight, a new horror game built on Unreal Engine 4. The announcement came from the DICE summit in Vegas tonight, as Zombie finally provided details on the project it first teased in December.
Yes more Horror based games please... I can't wait to get spooked on next gen hardware!!
love the randomly generated room angle to survival horror. Could potentially be a very scary game.
Written by Jessica Chobot? Say whaaaat?! It looks good, but not like anything that can't be done with other current engines. UE3 isn't a very impressive engine (good performance on mid and low range PCs though), but let's hope they've worked out MSAA this time.
Hmmm.... 20$ per episode, at least five episodes... No thanks, it is to much for a game.
Did anyone see Jessica sniffle twice and swallow. It's either 1 she had an itch. 2 she has a cold or 3 she likes to play in the snow if you know what I mean. Lol
"The way the story unfolds is we have all these elements where you can pick up documents and case files, but also your phone gets possessed and it plays recordings from the past. So there’s so many different elements we’re able to use that allow players to get all this information, but the way that we’re going to do it it’s programmatically, procedurally given to the player" Sounds like a more elaborate Dear Esther. Definitely won't be as good as it though. This seems so samey as well. People need to come up with some more original settings for horror games, films too. In fact I'm convinced these days most horror films have a check list of things they rigidly stick to. Lighting, setting, plot exposition and pacing, the camera used. BORING. Do something new. Make something scary that we never would have imagined was scary. Use your imagination instead of reproducing stuff that's already been done better. I mean an asylum? That's the best they could come up with?
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