Techland and Warner Bros. are excited to provide players with a deeper look at the new system behind Dying Light. With the next generation of consoles arising, Techland aims to harness a physically based lighting system using its in-house Chrome Engine 6. This allows them to not only create realistic lighting and shadows in the game world but more importantly make the game world more authentic and immersive.
Coming in 2014, Dying Light is a 4 player co-op action survival game set in an open world, boasting a bone-chilling day & night cycle.
- Dying Light video showcases new physically based lighting system (dailyrecord.co.uk)
- ‘Dying Light’ (ALL) Shows Off New Lighting System – Screens & Trailer (worthplaying.com)
- Dying Light trailer shows the game’s lighting and engine capabilities (vg247.com)
- This Dying Light trailer shows some vibrant light (destructoid.com)
- Dying Light Preview: A Zombie Game To Actually Get Excited For? (oxcgn.com)
- Dying Light video touts next-gen lighting effects (polygon.com)
- Dying Light gets physical in new video (incgamers.com)
- Dying Light Tech Demo Shows Off New Areas and a New Lighting System (dreadcentral.com)
- ‘Dying Light’ – Physically Based Lighting Video (analogaddiction.org)