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Daylight – PC Performance Analysis

Now that’s what we call a huge disappointment. Daylight is the first game powered by Epic’s next-gen engine, Unreal Engine 4, and contrary to what Epic has shown via its various tech demos, Zombie Studios’ horror title looks as awful as it can possibly get. In fact, Daylight looks and performs worse than a lot of UE3 games, which obviously brings the question: why exactly did the development team bother with Unreal Engine 4?  Continue reading Daylight – PC Performance Analysis

Daylight – FOV Fix, Chromatic Aberration + Film Grain Hidden Options Revealed

Daylight is the first title powered by Unreal Engine 4 and since Atlus has not provided us with a review code, our Performance Analysis may be delayed. In completely unrelated note, EA has sent us a review code for Titanfall, so expect an analysis once the Nvidia patch gets out. Continue reading Daylight – FOV Fix, Chromatic Aberration + Film Grain Hidden Options Revealed

Daylight Is The Fist Unreal Engine 4 Title With PhysX Support

Our reader ‘mareknr’ has spotted some interesting new details about the PC version of Daylight. According to the official GeForce website, Daylight will support PhysX and HBAO+. This obviously means that Daylight will be the first game, powered by Unreal Engine 4, with native PhysX support (presumably GPU PhysX). Continue reading Daylight Is The Fist Unreal Engine 4 Title With PhysX Support

Daylight Releases On April 8th

Zombie Studios has announced that its horror title that will be powered by Unreal Engine 4, Daylight, will be released on April 8th with a suggested price of €14.99/£11.99. From what we know so far, this will be the first title powered by Epic’s new engine, so we are really looking forward to see what Zombie Studios has managed to create. Continue reading Daylight Releases On April 8th

Daylight – Trailer #1 – Don’t Look Back

Zombie Studios has released the first trailer for its Unreal Engine 4-powered psychological thriller, Daylight. Daylight is told in the first-person perspective and begins with players regaining consciousness in an abandoned hospital with only a cell phone to use as a source of light. The game is currently planned for a 2014 release on PC and PS4. Enjoy! Continue reading Daylight – Trailer #1 – Don’t Look Back

Zombie Studios’ psychological thriller “Daylight” coming in Q1 2014 on PC & PS4

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ATLUS announced that its psychological thriller, Daylight, will release in early 2014 simultaneously for the PC and as a console exclusive for PS4. Developed by Zombie Studios and powered by Unreal Engine 4, Daylight promises to be packed with creepy environments, where procedurally generated levels will ensure no two playthroughs will be the same. Continue reading Zombie Studios’ psychological thriller “Daylight” coming in Q1 2014 on PC & PS4

Unreal Engine 4-powered horror game “Daylight” gets a debut trailer

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Zombie Studios has released the debut trailer for its upcoming “randomly generated” horror game that is powered by Epic’s Unreal Engine 4, Daylight. Daylight is planned for release on Steam later this year and promises to be the first 3rd party game that will be built with Epic’s latest game engine. With only the light of a cell phone to guide them, players will navigate the halls of a dark building as a woman who’s just woken up. What’s interesting here is that every experience will be different as rooms are randomly generated, and players will only learn about the game’s story via clues they discover as they explore. Enjoy the trailer and stay tuned for more! Continue reading Unreal Engine 4-powered horror game “Daylight” gets a debut trailer

Zombie Studios developing a PC exclusive psychological thriller, powered by Unreal Engine 4

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Zombie Studios has announced a new PC exclusive title that will be coming out on the second quarter of 2013 and will be powered by Epic’s Unreal Engine 4. Although we don’t have enough details about it, we do know that it will be a psychological thriller and that it will sport next-generation visuals. Continue reading Zombie Studios developing a PC exclusive psychological thriller, powered by Unreal Engine 4