Daylight, a procedurally-generated horror game built on Unreal Engine 4, was previously only announced for PC. Zombie creative studio head Jared Gerritzen has confirmed on Twitter that the game will be published by Atlus on PS4 in the United States.
Daylight is a horror game that uses the power of Unreal Engine 4 to create randomly-generated environments each time you enter a room, making sure you never have the same experience twice. The game follows a woman trapped in a building and trying to find her way out using only her cell phone, finding clues (also randomly-generated) as she goes.
This marks the second PlayStation 4 title coming from Zombie Studios, following Blacklight: Retribution, which the studio announced back in March.
For more on Daylight, read our interview with Zombie from February about the game’s horror roots and future plans.
Look out for more on Daylight from IGN’s E3 coverage next week. Sony said earlier this week that more than 40 PlayStation games will be at the show across PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.
Source : ign[dot]com