There will no longer be PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of upcoming zombie game Dying Light.
Techland's open-world parkour and stealth zombie adventure Dying Light is due out in Europe on 30th January on PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.
North Americans will receive it on 27th January.
Pre-orders come with a free DLC mode called Be the Zombie, in which you invade other players' games as a powerful class of undead called the Night Hunter.
Why isn't Polish developer Techland making Dead Island 2? It made the first game, after all.
Dead Island wasn't fantastic but it was successful - very successful. In February 2013 the game passed the five million sales mark. Five million sales! And for a new IP! Techland clearly did something right.
But what it didn't do was retain ownership of the IP.
Dead Island developer Techland has delayed its undead open world game Dying Light until February 2015.
EGX Rezzed kicks off later this week and today we're very happy to announce the final additions to this year's developer sessions line-up, including Techland's Dying Light and Mode 7 Games' Frozen Endzone.
Dying Light is more than just a name for Technland's new zombie game: it's a warning.
Techland has shown gameplay from the PlayStation 4 version of parkour open world zombie action survival game Dying Light.
The demo, below, was introduced at the VGX awards as being in 1080p resolution on Sony's console.
The footage shows first-person melee with an axe and plenty of blood.
Dying Light developer Techland has said its upcoming zombie survival game will be of a higher quality than Dead Island, its first crack at the genre that launched with a number of rough edges.
Dead Island developer Techland is opening up a new studio in Vancouver, Canada to assist on the development of its open-world zombie parkour game Dying Light.
Dead Island developer Techland has shown off a dozen minutes of its upcoming first-person open-world zombie adventure Dying Light (via IGN).
Techland, maker of Dead Island, has announced a new game: Dying Light.
It's described as first-person survival horror with a Mirror's Edge-style free running mechanic featuring a day-night cycle set in a "vast" open world. It's due out on PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One in 2014. Warner Bros. is publishing.
In the day players scavenge the urban environment for supplies and craft weapons to defend themselves against an infected population. At night the infected become aggressive and more dangerous, so you have to survive until the first light.