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Submitted by Pandamobile 837d ago | preview

Daylight: ward off insane spirits with a cell phone

PCGamer: Zombie Studios sent word last December that it’d licensed the powerful Unreal Engine 4 for an unnamed “psychological thriller game.” Now, the studio behind Blacklight has a totally-non-ironic name for its project: Daylight, a horror-wanderer of Amnesia: The Dark Descent ilk set in a decayed, procedurally-generated insane asylum.

With no name and no memory of unceremoniously arriving at the asylum, players piece together the events of the past while seeking escape from the building’s tangled ruin. The procedural generation tech, Zombie claims, means no two playthroughs will be the same. The studio says each session lasts around half an hour, which suggests a need for multiple runs to figure out the full story. (Daylight, PC)

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