X
X


 

A new E3 2014 trailer for Techland and Warner Bros. upcoming first-person survival horror parkour action game Dying Light muses about the circumstances in which anyone might become a murderer.

Of course, if your “victims” are ravenous, blood-thirty zombies and mutants who dwell in some kind of hellish limbo between life and death, I’m not sure if you really need or would grapple with the awful moral wait of “murdering” such creatures. Certainly, a game as Dying Light, in which players run up walls and clip leaping zombies out of the air like baseballs, probably shouldn’t be fussing about such things.

Dying Light is set to launch across Windows PC, PS4, Xbox One, PS3, and Xbox 360 February 2015.

Dying Light’s E3 2014 trailer muses morally about murder, shows off a lot of it

By Chris Holzworth | 06/4/2014 03:39 PM PT

News

A new E3 2014 trailer for Techland and Warner Bros. upcoming first-person survival horror parkour action game Dying Light muses about the circumstances in which anyone might become a murderer.

Of course, if your “victims” are ravenous, blood-thirty zombies and mutants who dwell in some kind of hellish limbo between life and death, I’m not sure if you really need or would grapple with the awful moral wait of “murdering” such creatures. Certainly, a game as Dying Light, in which players run up walls and clip leaping zombies out of the air like baseballs, probably shouldn’t be fussing about such things.

Dying Light is set to launch across Windows PC, PS4, Xbox One, PS3, and Xbox 360 February 2015.

0   POINTS
0   POINTS