Have you ever wondered who zombies were before?
Dying Light's "Humanity" trailer presents a serious look at what a zombie epidemic would mean for humankind. It makes you wonder what consequences the world where neighbors kill neighbors and relatives kill relatives would have on human mind. How long could you justify what you do? How strong is the instinct of self-preservation? Is there still a place for kindness in such a cruel world?
About the game: Dying Light is a first-person action survival horror game set in a dangerous open world. During the day, players traverse an expansive city overrun by the outbreak, scavenging the world for supplies and crafting weapons to fight the growing infected population. At night, the infected become aggressive and more dangerous. Players must use everything in their power to survive till dawn. Dying Light comes to PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC in 2014.
Good Night. Good Luck.
Unknown:Night brawls in like a black tide. And when it leaves, it takes a piece of you with it. The memory of who you were before falls further into that dark abyss. We were doctors, teachers, fathers, sons. But so were they. These monsters, they've lost the light behind they eyes. And the darker the day gets, the more vicious they become. We're all that's left. We fight everyday to hold onto what made us good. What made us human. And so, everyday is a battle, and every night, we lose more of ourselves to the darkness. What happened is, all this goodness, is gone. What would that monster look like?