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Post by Dan @ 10:39am 05/06/14 | 1 Comments
With the 2014 E3 expo kicking off soon, the trailers for the biggest upcoming games will soon be flowing. Techland will be showing off Dying Light -- its open world follow-up, but not a sequel to Dead Island -- at this year's event, and getting ahead of the pack, they've already released their E3 trailer:
Among other exciting features, the newest trailer of Dying Light demonstrates the system of Natural Movement. This feature, designed internally by Techland, not only lets players move around the whole environment of the game easily and intuitively but also combine parkour-style movement with brutal combat.
See for yourself below.

Dying Light is due on PC, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 in February 2015.




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ZeeDoktor
Posted 02:22pm 05/6/14
You mean Dead Island rather than Dead Rising, yes?
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