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Post by Eorl @ 12:15pm 18/12/13 | 0 Comments
With Techland's latest first-person zombie title Dying Light not expected to be released until 2014, the Dead Island developer has revealed a new nine minute gameplay demo to help ease the wait, showing off the very brutal and nightmare-inducing night time mechanic in their game.
Slow, apathetic, and easily visible, the infected are not much of a threat in daylight. But this relatively safe state of affairs is turned upside down as the sun sets. At night, it is you who is at a disadvantage. Without daylight, the senses of the infected become more acute while their thirst for human flesh skyrockets. They run, jump, and climb, so there is really no place where you are safe anymore.
Check it out below for a great look at just how dangerous night time will be for those caught out in the darkness.

Dying Light is expected to release in 2014 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.






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