Dying Light is an action survival game presented in first-person perspective. The game is set in a vast and dangerous open world. During the day, you roam an urban environment devastated by a mysterious epidemic, scavenging for supplies and crafting weapons to help you defeat the hordes of mindless, flesh-hungry enemies the plague has created.
At night, the hunter becomes the prey as the infected grow in strength and aggression - but even more lethal are the nocturnal, inhuman predators that leave their hives to feed. You will need to make use of all your skills and any available means to survive till dawn.
Welcome to the Quarantine – Experience an original and intense story set in an infected city cut off from the outside world. Only the fittest have any hope of survival.
Vast Open World – Dying Light lets you traverse an extensive world plunged into chaos and destruction. In this diverse environment, you fight for survival against many kinds of enemies since the infected are not the only threat: facing down other desperate humans is often the only way to get precious supplies.
Night Changes the Rules – In daylight you explore the city searching for supplies and weapons. After nightfall, though, this infected world undergoes a dramatic transformation that gives the gameplay a new dimension. You, a hunter by day, become prey. The infected grow in strength, but something even more sinister looms in the darkness to begin its hunt.
Parkour-Style Movement – Whether you hunt or escape the hunters, you can move around the city with ease and speed. Jump between rooftops, climb walls, and attack your foes from above. Dying Light gives players a freedom of movement never seen in open world games before.
Brutal, Visceral Combat – Fight face to face using a diverse selection of melee weapons: knives, bats, axes, or more unusual tools of destruction. Strike down your enemies, cut off their limbs, save your own life!
Firearms – Powerful but noisy. Use pistols, shotguns, and rifles to gain an advantage over enemies, but remember that gunfire can and will attract unwanted attention.
Craft Your Weapons – Why use an ordinary cleaver when you can attach a lighter for burning damage? Or wrap a hammer in electrified barbed wire? Dying Light lets you create your own weapon upgrades and construct increasingly efficient tools of combat.
Be the Quarantine Hero – Dying Light features RPG elements that let you develop the protagonist and adjust him to your play style. It’s a long and difficult journey from rookie to badass.
Choose Your Play Style – Make use of weapons, your surroundings, and traps set by other survivors. Provoke groups of enemies to attack each other. Complete objectives by day or at night. Take advantage of darkness, fog, and storm to remain unseen. Turn the odds in your favor with offensive and defensive gadgets. It’s always your call!
Hours of Gameplay – Discover a thrilling story, complete more than a hundred side-quests, and put your skills to the test in special challenges.
Co-op Mode for 4 Players – Cooperate with other players in the extreme conditions of a zombie apocalypse. Show your individuality and customize your character.
Be the Zombie – Unique online mode where you play as a zombie. If you ever dreamed of stalking other survivors, now is your chance. Let the hunt begin!
Breathtaking Visuals and Realism – Dying Light is the first game based on the Chrome Engine 6 – the latest revolutionary incarnation of Techland’s proprietary technology. Built from the ground up with next-generation consoles and advanced DirectX 11 graphics in mind, it delivers a new level of visual quality, special effects, and dynamic weather conditions, maintaining unparalleled efficiency at the same time.
We finally got FPS survival horror game set in open world that is done perfectly. You are in boots of GRE operative Kyle Crane who comes to Harran in order to retrieve a sensitive file stolen from them by certain Kadir. Game is filled with combat action and parkour, that pump adrenalin to highest levels. Graphics are astonishing. City of Haran is divided in two beautifully designed parts, with lot of interesting location, hidden stashes, zombie traps, and all of that is well thought out and polished to perfection. Story driven campaign has lot of twists and interesting moments, characters are designed with lot of attention and all of that contribute to excellent game atmosphere that will keep you in front of the screen for many many hours. Gameplay couldn't be better, physics and mechanics are excellent, variety of weapons is very good. Game of course gets harder when you play by night as zombies as more dangerous and efficient, and you are more likely to encounter special types of zombie mutants that are so hard to survive. All in all excellent game, with incredible atmosphere, and recommendation for every FPS and zombie apocalypse fans.
When I first started playing this game I was freaked out by the sounds that sourrounded me within the environment. The alarming shrill of virals as they converge on my position was nerve racking which would only get worse when entering quarantine zones. My first quarantine zone was the chemical warehouse. After sitting on the safe side of the fence for 10 minutes listening to all the chaos I left. It was a whiule before I worked up the courage to try again. This game does a great job at ensuring a creepy frightening experience. The parkour is excellent, game mechanics are as well. It is recommended.
Very good game of zombies and parkour, very good combination.
Dying Light offers more than remarkable entertainment for fans of survival adventures. Its powerful commitment to parkour is the biggest differentiating element with respect to Dead Island, and although it repeats some of the errors of that one, in general it is a product also entertaining and recommendable. The day and night cycle brings the touch of personality and there are enough things to do to keep us entertained for a long time.
My major complain about Dying light is the story and how it becomes fairly predictable, which is disappointing as the range of characters are truly delightful to interact with, except for Rais, who I still consider to be playing a game of "villain cliche bingo" with himself, also the free running can at times be frustrating at times as the first person view and lack of being able to see where your feet are often lead to fumbles and falls. Regardless of this, Dying light is an enjoyable game, while I feel it could have been something bigger and better, it is still a well-polished in its current state and will be remembered as one of their better games, so if you're into killing zombies, open worlds or general fun, then I'd advice geting it.
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