Dying Light promises to be not only a nextgen zombie survival game, but also unique and more entertaining than dead island. Techland promises to develop a better and more optimized game for consoles and PC, based on the things that they had to learn the hard way from their first open-world game. We are expecting a more mature story, breathtaking environments and a great folding progression all rendered through a fresh engine too keep up with the next gen game releases. Dying Light release date and system requirements are still to be announced in 2014, but producers said the development is progressing as planned and is their top priority project. Although Dying Light PC System Requirements and Release Date are not yet officially released, the game was exposed at Eurogamer Expo where fans were able to play the alfa version. Most of them came away extremely impressed about the refined controls, great graphics and a lot of the feeling that was transposed from Mirrors Edge.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announced in august that there will be a Zombie mode for Dying Light, where players can choose to play as predators in the game’s multiplayer.
The only way however to access the Be the Zombie mode at launch of the game is by preordering Dying Light. It is still not clear if this mode will be available to all players also after the launch date.
Based on this however, it is pretty sure to say that Dying Light will be one of the most expected releases of 2014 and we hope it will meet our expectations.
Dying Light will be released on PC, XBOX One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4.
Bellow you can see the release date and system requirements: