Techland released a new gameplay trailer for their upcoming first-person open world, action survival horror, Dying Light showcasing the asymmetric multiplayer.
“Get a taste of the Night Hunter’s invasion, Dying Light’s asymmetric multiplayer experience.
All online players can face the threat of a possible invasion of their game by the Night Hunter, an extremely powerful zombie mutation – playable in the Be the Zombie mode. Watch a team of Harran survivors fight for their lives as they are hunted down by this ultimate zombie predator.”
Be The Zombie mode features “a game-changing day & night cycle, unprecedented freedom of movement, and vast open world with 50+ hours of gameplay, Dying Light will also offer a full-fledged co-op multiplayer for up to 4 players – with a twist.”
“The game is absolutely huge as it is, but to provide the ultimate zombie survival experience, we added an extra element of unpredictability to our nighttime gameplay, said Dying Light’s Producer Tymon Smektala.
Online players can face the threat of a possible invasion of their game by the Night Hunter, an extremely powerful, human-controlled zombie mutation. These invasions are an inherent part of Dying Light, available on all platforms for all online players from day one.
However for our hardcore fans who pre-order, we’re offering them a bonus – Be the Zombie – which lets you actually take control of the Night Hunter and invade online games of other players.”
Those who pre-order the game now will receive free Be the Zombie DLC, which allows “players to take control of the Night Hunter themselves.
By playing as the Night Hunter and invading other games, players get access to a completely new character with a unique set of moves and abilities which can be upgraded using experience points. The Be the Zombie mode will be available across all platforms.”
Dying Light will be released on January 27 in US, January 28 in Australia and New Zealand, and January 30, 2015 in Europe and Asia for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC.
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