Dying Light (Xbox One) by Deep Silver



Dying Light (Xbox One) by Deep Silver Box Art




Release Date
December 31, 2014.

Average Overall Score:
7.50 / 10
75.0%


It seems that the zombie genre is still alive and thriving as Techland, best known for Dead Island, now brings us another zombie apocalypse survival game, but with some drastic changes to the formula they previously created in their past game. While Dying Light may still have the generic checklist that a zombie survival game seems to cater to, they’ve made some changes to ensure that it doesn’t simply feel like the same game all over again; at least I believe that was their intention. If you were a Dead Island fan, you’ll most likely enjoy Dying Light, as it does have a lot of parallels, but the new mechanics implemented may be hit or miss depending on what you’re looking for in this specific genre."

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Sunday, February 1, 2015

Dying Light News

Dying Light going superhero for April Fools
They had me at zombie killing and superpowers. But it’s only for 24 hours, so be sure to get your Dying Light playtime in tomorrow!

Dying Light now available for Xbox One
Ready to parkour your way through a city of bloodthirsty zombies that only get more vicious and aggressive at night? Well here’s your game. Good Night and Good Luck!

Dying Light available for digital pre-order, pre-download on Xbox One
Second Christmas is just around the corner, as the long list of games pushed into 2015 by last year’s deluge of AAA titles are starting to trickle in, starting with the first-person zombie parkour game, Dying Light.

Dying Light goes new-gen only as Techland abandons 360, PS3 versions
The developer argues that the game is too complex and pushes the current limits of new-gen hardware to the point that an equivalent experience would be impossible on old-gen hardware.

Dying Light delayed until February 2015
Today has not been a good day for next- gen console game announcements, as Dying Light has now officially joined Elder Scrolls Online as the second game to be delayed significantly, slipping into an early 2015 release window.

New Dying Light trailer teases Feb. 11 announcement, possibly a demo
February may be a slow time of year for games in general, but it appears as though developers have seized upon this period as the perfect time to drop demos and betas on us, and it’s possible that Dying Light’s Techland is no exception.

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