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Submitted by dodgeuk19 372d ago | article

Techland shed more light on Their Next Gen Title

Techland and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment are excited to give you a deeper look at the technology behind Dying Light.

With the next generation of consoles upon us, Techland harnessed the added power to develop a physically based lighting system using its in-house Chrome Engine 6. (Dying Light, PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

theDivision  +   372d ago
I see what you did there.... puny

If this game supports couch coop for the main story it will officially become my most desired next gen game.
nfl  +   372d ago
This looks good and i hope its got equally good story/gameplay reviews. I knew nothing of this until another member mentioned. I'm glad they did.
dodgeuk19  +   372d ago
got to play this at Eurogamer in september, the difference it night and day modes are awesome, the way the zombies pick up your scent and follow you. can't wait

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