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Zombie Studios has released screenshots for the first Unreal Engine 4 developed title, Daylight. The atmospheric horror-survival title makes use of Epic's latest, new-generation game engine and the team was happy to show off the progress they've made on the title so far.
The new screenshots for Daylight come just on the heels of Epic Games announcing full support for the PlayStation 4. This means that if Zombie Studios wants to port Daylight over to the PS4, it'll be a hop, skip and a jump.
According to STFU And Play, Zombie Studios recently mentioned in a Q&A that they would love to bring the game to home consoles, but for now Daylight will be a Steam exclusive...PC Master Race for the win.
The game is being designed in a similar vein to the likes of Amnesia and Slender: The 8 Pages. Players will be trapped in a structure that procedurally changes and generates new experiences every time you play the game, so no playthrough will ever be the same the second time through. The real trick is that players will only be armed with a camera to provide light and a way out of the place.
Zombie Studios is using the latest tricks and tech from the Unreal Engine 4 to help bring their lo-fi game to life. You can check out the new screenshots of the game below or pay a kind visit to Zombie Studios' Official Website to learn more.