Dying Light is an action survival game presented in first-person perspective. The game is set in a vast and dangerous open world. During the day, you roam an urban environment devastated by a mysterious epidemic, scavenging for supplies and crafting weapons to help you defeat the hordes of mindless, flesh-hungry enemies the plague has...
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Release Date: Jan 27, 2015

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"Dying Light is like Dead Island with a more serious tone with graphics of the year 2015 and addicting gameplay, a real open world zombie infestation."
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Dying Light is an action survival game presented in first-person perspective. The game is set in a vast and dangerous open world. During the day, you roam an urban environment devastated by a mysterious epidemic, scavenging for supplies and crafting weapons to help you defeat the hordes of mindless, flesh-hungry enemies the plague has created. At night, the hunter becomes the prey as the infected grow in strength and aggression - but even more lethal are the nocturnal, inhuman predators that leave their hives to feed. You will need to make use of all your skills and any available means to survive till dawn.

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Take control of the Night Hunter and begin your hunt for human survivors. As the ultimate zombie predator, you can invade other players’ games and add even more terror to their quest for survival. Kill your prey and develop superhuman skills to become the worst nightmare Harran has ever seen. Experience intense asymmetric multiplayer as the horrifying force behind invasions.

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Dying Light is an action survival game presented in first-person perspective. The game is set in a vast and dangerous open world. During the day, you roam an urban environment devastated by a mysterious epidemic, scavenging for supplies and crafting weapons to help you defeat the hordes of mindless, flesh-hungry enemies the plague has created. At night, the hunter becomes the prey as the infected grow in strength and aggression - but even more lethal are the nocturnal, inhuman predators that leave their hives to feed. You will need to make use of all your skills and any available means to survive till dawn.

Good Night. Good Luck.

  • Welcome to the Quarantine – Experience an original and intense story set in an infected city cut off from the outside world. Only the fittest have any hope of survival.

  • Vast Open World – Dying Light lets you traverse an extensive world plunged into chaos and destruction. In this diverse environment, you fight for survival against many kinds of enemies since the infected are not the only threat: facing down other desperate humans is often the only way to get precious supplies.

  • Night Changes the Rules – In daylight you explore the city searching for supplies and weapons. After nightfall, though, this infected world undergoes a dramatic transformation that gives the gameplay a new dimension. You, a hunter by day, become prey. The infected grow in strength, but something even more sinister looms in the darkness to begin its hunt.

  • Parkour-Style Movement – Whether you hunt or escape the hunters, you can move around the city with ease and speed. Jump between rooftops, climb walls, and attack your foes from above. Dying Light gives players a freedom of movement never seen in open world games before.

  • Brutal, Visceral Combat – Fight face to face using a diverse selection of melee weapons: knives, bats, axes, or more unusual tools of destruction. Strike down your enemies, cut off their limbs, save your own life!

  • Firearms – Powerful but noisy. Use pistols, shotguns, and rifles to gain an advantage over enemies, but remember that gunfire can and will attract unwanted attention.

  • Craft Your Weapons – Why use an ordinary cleaver when you can attach a lighter for burning damage? Or wrap a hammer in electrified barbed wire? Dying Light lets you create your own weapon upgrades and construct increasingly efficient tools of combat.

  • Be the Quarantine Hero – Dying Light features RPG elements that let you develop the protagonist and adjust him to your play style. It’s a long and difficult journey from rookie to badass.

  • Choose Your Play Style – Make use of weapons, your surroundings, and traps set by other survivors. Provoke groups of enemies to attack each other. Complete objectives by day or at night. Take advantage of darkness, fog, and storm to remain unseen. Turn the odds in your favor with offensive and defensive gadgets. It’s always your call!

  • Hours of Gameplay – Discover a thrilling story, complete more than a hundred side-quests, and put your skills to the test in special challenges.

  • Co-op Mode for 4 Players – Cooperate with other players in the extreme conditions of a zombie apocalypse. Show your individuality and customize your character.

  • Be the Zombie – Unique online mode where you play as a zombie. If you ever dreamed of stalking other survivors, now is your chance. Let the hunt begin!

  • Breathtaking Visuals and Realism – Dying Light is the first game based on the Chrome Engine 6 – the latest revolutionary incarnation of Techland’s proprietary technology. Built from the ground up with next-generation consoles and advanced DirectX 11 graphics in mind, it delivers a new level of visual quality, special effects, and dynamic weather conditions, maintaining unparalleled efficiency at the same time.

System Requirements

Windows
SteamOS + Linux
    MINIMUM:
    • OS: Windows® 7 64-bit / Windows® 8 64-bit / Windows® 8.1 64-bit
    • Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-2500 @3.3 GHz / AMD FX-8320 @3.5 GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM DDR3
    • Hard Drive: 40 GB free space
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 560 / AMD Radeon™ HD 6870 (1GB VRAM)
    • DirectX®: Version 11
    • Sound: DirectX® compatible
    • Additional Notes: Laptop versions of graphics cards may work but are NOT officially supported.

      Windows-compatible keyboard, mouse, optional controller (Xbox 360 Controller for Windows recommended)
    RECOMMENDED:
    • OS: Windows® 7 64-bit / Windows® 8 64-bit / Windows® 8.1 64-bit
    • Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-4670K @3.4 GHz / AMD FX-8350 @4.0 GHz
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM DDR3
    • Hard Drive: 40 GB free space
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 780 / AMD Radeon™ R9 290 (2GB VRAM)
    • DirectX®: Version 11
    • Sound: DirectX® compatible
    • Additional Notes: Laptop versions of graphics cards may work but are NOT officially supported.

      Windows-compatible keyboard, mouse, optional controller (Xbox 360 Controller for Windows recommended)
    MINIMUM:
    • OS: Ubuntu 14.04 and newer recommended
    • Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-2500 @3.3 GHz / AMD FX-8320 @3.5 GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM DDR3
    • Hard Drive: 40 GB free space
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 560 / AMD Radeon™ HD 6870 (1GB VRAM)
    • Additional Notes: Laptop versions of graphics cards may work but are NOT officially supported.
    RECOMMENDED:
    • OS: Ubuntu 14.04 and newer recommended
    • Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-4670K @3.4 GHz / AMD FX-8350 @4.0 GHz
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM DDR3
    • Hard Drive: 40 GB free space
    • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 780 / AMD Radeon™ R9 290 (2GB VRAM)
    • Additional Notes: Laptop versions of graphics cards may work but are NOT officially supported.
Helpful customer reviews
750 of 961 people (78%) found this review helpful
188 people found this review funny
9.1 hrs on record
Posted: January 27
60 FPS
No Crashing
Very pretty graphics.
Not clunky
Guns actually work like guns (looking at you Dead Island)
Zombies are satisfying to kill.

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703 of 959 people (73%) found this review helpful
54 people found this review funny
2.6 hrs on record
Posted: January 27
This game is incredible for some portions. I was lucky enough to get a preview build from Techland, and finally a final copy earlier this morning. I have been playing the game in Offline mode for roughly 13 hours now - almost close to the ending in Normal Difficulty.

A lot of people will tell me "This is just Dead Island but with Parkour.." Which would be true, but the game's characters, the storyline, the various side-quests and unique random interactions make this game far more magical than Dead Island could ever hope to be.

The only issues I have so far is the day/night cycle and the characters lip syncing and their mannerisms. The Day/Night cycle is AWFUL. I'm sorry Techland, but it is! You would think it is tied to a real-time day/night cycle...but it's not! It is cleverly marketed as a "Dynamic Day/Night Cycle," which is SOMEWHAT true. It is dynamic in the sense that the zombies get super aggressive at night compared to during the day, but the entire DAY/NIGHT cycle is tied to quests. It does not become night until the quest says so. Don't expect to stand around and it to turn night-time. Doesn't happen! It will be day-time forever as long as the quest dictates it will be. Severely disappointing and false advertising in my opinion.

In terms of character lips, I completely hate how "last-gen" the lip sync is to the animation of the dialogue. We should not have characters that seem like they have been generically dubbed over as they say "Something wrong?" and it could be "How is everything?" The audio just poorly matches the lips...very annoying. Secondly, I find the mannerisms unrealistic. When you are running from an intense night-time mode or having just been invaded by the hunter (which several devs did in my game as I believe I'm one of the few playing it along with some notable YTers, etc.) and you get to a safe zone - the characters proceed as if NOTHING happened. Like you didn't just come gunning from hell. They walk around casually...and tend to say the same thing across all safe zones. Poor.

All in all, the game is worth the buy, especially if you have the Oculus Rift DK2. I played it on the Oculus Rift DK2, and there were definitely dizzying moments to the game. I had to stop playing after 25 minutes. Perhaps its just me, but the character wobbling up and down as he runs may need to be adjusted to prevent people from vomiting in VR.

How much would I personally pay for Dying Light? $39.99. Not $59.99. I think a -$20 ding is appropriate for the two annoying issues that are definitely immersion breaking.

PLAYTIME INFO: UNLOCKED by devs at 7 AM PST. Only 2 hours logged because of a different steam beta/program branch for early pre-retail access. PLEASE NOTE - the review went live at 12:01AM with 2.6 hours logged (this would be impossible for a non-video game critic as the game did not unlock until 12 AM PST worldwide) - so please do keep this in mind before insulting my integrity.

UPDATES TO REVIEW:

Many people have mentioned they have realtime day/night past the intro quests. I and many others do not however even after several hours into the game past the introductory quests. Techland may have to solve this issue as it could possibly be system specific or hopefully not random.
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273 of 379 people (72%) found this review helpful
16 people found this review funny
4.0 hrs on record
Posted: January 27
Impressions with pictures here, review will be amended when I finish the game: http://gamewalkers.com/games/dying-light/articles/dying-light-impressions/

Words:

It was a bit hard to be hopeful about Dying Light. You see, I didn’t like Techland’s last zombie effort, Dead Island, all that much. I found it tedious and repetitive. The crafting system was cool but combat was quite a drag. I actually disliked it to the point that, when I originally saw early Dying Light footage, and it looked a bit like “Dead Island with grappling hooks and parkour,” I dismissed it, thinking that it would retain the overwhelmingly tedious combat that was present in Dead Island, only making getting around easier.

After about four hours of play, I can honestly say that I could not have been more wrong. Dying Light, while still presenting combat that takes effort, has removed the tedium by quite a bit. Sure, you won’t be killing zombies in one hit with a pipe but you certainly aren’t going to be watching yourself chip away at a zombie’s health bar while his friends attempt to overtake you the way that Dead Island and its semi-sequel did. It’s challenging, it’s fluid, and it really feels like you’re fighting something that has a fair chance of killing you if you aren’t careful.

This is helped quite a bit by the fact that the game provides mobility that I didn’t expect in combat, in addition to outside of it. In Dying Light, you can sidestep and backstep, as well as sliding at zombies, possibly tripping them, kicking zombies can send them flying if done right, or maybe just knock them down, you can bound over zombies that you’re fighting...the entirety of combat has been built around the idea that you’re a guy that would possibly want to get around fast. It’s not always about killing the zombies but, perhaps, just making sure that you have enough time to escape their grasp.

And escaping will be an absolute joy, at that. Once you’ve kicked them down, or killed them if you actually had the chance, you can leap and bound over almost anything you can see. If you can see and reach a ledge, you can climb it. It is pretty much that simple. To say I was astounded at the sheer amount of scenery that I could scale wouldn’t cover it. The game rivals Assassin’s Creed’s openness while providing less automation, giving the player the utmost control over their actions. Even dropping down from one ledge to another, a simple action made extremely complicated in many games, is made extremely simple in Dying Light.

Amongst all these great mechanics, you will be spending a lot of time scavenging, though. It is a post-apocalyptic game through and through. Resources for crafting medkits, amongst other items, will be crucial to survival. Simply bounding over enemies won’t always cut it. Eventually, you will slip and fall, or you will need something from a vendor, and, if you haven’t been scavenging, you might be screwed. Sometimes, you may even have to pick locks. The game uses a lockpicking system similar to the Elder Scrolls series, only a bit more forgiving. I was honestly a bit surprised that a system like that was used and not one based more on luck.

This is alright, though. Getting around is easy and scavenging is made easy by “Survivor Sense,” which is essentially a short-range radar for lootable items. If that weren’t enough, if you play in co-op, the game provides “Competitions,” such as collecting the most loot in a specific amount of time or doing the most damage to a larger zombie within a specified amount of time, that you can sidetrack to keep yourselves busy during a long bout of scavenging. Scavenging may be necessary but the game does everything in its power to break up the monotony of running from house to house, collecting things.

Speaking of co-op, it actually works rather well. For the first time in ages, there was no discernable lag during a co-op game, with one of the people being on the opposite end of the country from the others. I don’t know if they use some sort of lag smoothing techniques or something similar but they did rather well hiding even the slightest hint of lag. Every player’s movement is incredibly smooth throughout. It also doesn't hurt that they included in-game VoIP that worked without any extra setup.

It’s also well-designed in terms of gameplay. In addition to the Competitions mentioned previously, players can also sacrifice medkits to heal each other, as well as reviving downed allies. Players can rest easy about their loot, as well. Each player can loot each loot source independently. Zombies, lockboxes, cupboards, you name it; each player gets a separate set of loot from each. This is exceptionally welcome as the resources for critical items, medkits even more so than weapon repair materials, are scarce enough to begin with. Imagine four players fighting over a single player’s medkit resources. That doesn’t sound all that enticing.
I wish that, at this point, I could talk a bit about the story but, put simply, four hours into the game, I still have no idea what is going on. All I know is that you’re undercover, attempting to get back some stolen file, and some of the local residents are less than reputable. The cast seems rather well-balanced personality-wise and I have yet to meet a character that felt boring or out of place, other than those that don’t talk at all, but the fact of the matter is that, four hours later, I still don’t have any idea what is going on in the city of Harran. It gives me a bit of hope, though, that the game will be lengthy and the story rife with commendable plot twists.

Now, I’ve said quite a number of words about my thoughts on Dying Light after four hours of play but the most important of them come down to this. If you had told me that the first game of the new year to suck me in for a four hour first play session would be a zombie game, I probably would have laughed at the notion. From the outset, Dying Light exceeds all expectations and creates an experience that is genuinely fun and well-designed. It remains to be seen what will happen once my character has been upgraded a bit more but I am more than hopeful that it will only become more entertaining from here.
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188 of 291 people (65%) found this review helpful
27 people found this review funny
3.8 hrs on record
Posted: January 27
Absolutely stunning. Been waiting for a game like this for some time.

Pros:
- Parkour climbing and freerunning is technical and fun and very well polished.
- Great visuals. Smooth gameplay on max settings on my system.
- Interesting story line (so far)
- Great physics engine and zombie corpses pile up.
- Great blood splatter effects!
- RPG level up system
- Big crafting system
- Cool synth soundtrack
- Scary at night time with faster zombies who can climb and chase after you

Cons:
(None discovered yet :D)
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77 of 117 people (66%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
15.6 hrs on record
Posted: January 27
So far dying light has been an great game. So I will just quickly sum up what I feel on the game so far.

Graphics 9/10 - Although the game is hard to run at max settings even at medium settings the game is beautiful. The only thing I don't like is the film grain Truly a "2015" Experiance.

Combat 8/10 - The combat makes you feel like you are really trying to bash somethings brains out. The stamina system helps with this factor a lot because of the struggle it takes to kil something without your stamina.

Movement 9/10 - The parkour in this game really gives you the rush of doing parkour, running from the strong as hell night zombies is really an experiance. Parkour is what lets you live in this game, without it you would be dead.

AI 7/10- The AI in this game is outstanding. I love how the sound is a big factor to the zombies and they will chace you for a nice amount of time, but i do wish they would go back to hunting you as soon as a distraction wore off.

Multiplayer 9/10 - It works, thats all I have to say.

Final Verdict 8/10

Should you buy this game? Yes. Its a good game if your PC can handle it.

NOTE: Day and night cycle has been fixed. Good night, and good luck.
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363 of 624 people (58%) found this review helpful
85 people found this review funny
1.5 hrs on record
Posted: January 27
Can't recommend this game for people on AMD systems.

Running an FX-8350, 8gb Ram, Sapphire R9 290 (4bg VRam). Can't get the game to maintain higher than 25 FPS even with every setting turned off/low. Through the tutorial the FPS was fine, but as soon as I went into the open world, it just fell apart. Just looking through some of the posts on reddit/other reviews, it seems to be mostly working fine with NVidia cards.

Video contains a few minutes footage of the FPS tanking during relatively quiet gameplay.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=69fsTLJw4oQ
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181 of 312 people (58%) found this review helpful
255 people found this review funny
2.8 hrs on record
Posted: January 27
Mirrors Zombie Edge Island.

10/10
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50 of 79 people (63%) found this review helpful
14 people found this review funny
5.5 hrs on record
Posted: January 27
It plays like Dead Island during the day. In fact it's so exactly like Dead Island it's almost indistinguishable, with the exception of the parkour. At night everything goes to hell and the difficulty gets ramped up. You can unlock safe zones to sleep in, there's lockpicking, all in all it comes off as sort of a Assassins Creed (parkouring around) meets Bioshock (the macho-jerk character and storyline) meets Dead Island (gather/quest/craft/kill zombies), while your character does dumb plot-related stuff that you probably won't agree with but can't really control.

There's a skill system with many branches to unlock, and your at-first clumsy character will soon be flipping over zombies like a pro.

My only gripe, aside from the storyline being on rails (which I don't personally care about because I'm more interested in gameplay, which is solid), is that you can kick a zombie 1000 times and your foot will never wear out, break, whatever. Hit a zombie with a metal pipe 10 times and it's broken, and if you don't quickly repair it, it'll soon break. Your foot, meanwhile, outlasts pipes, knives, table legs, shovels, you name it. If you're going to put weapon durability in a game (which I don't like; do you have any idea how freaking hard it is to break a metal baseball bat? Especially with bones?) then you need to extend it to everything, and fists should sprain, tendons pop, all that, and your foot would break long before a metal pipe. Because of this, until you upgrade your skills the endless kicking and punching can make your character come off like some kind of inexhuastable, but physically very weak, Bruce Lee.
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82 of 141 people (58%) found this review helpful
10 people found this review funny
3.6 hrs on record
Posted: January 27
Game is good, can't run it on AMD.
DO NOT BUY THE GAME IF YOU HAVE AMD - until the patch releases of course!
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67 of 120 people (56%) found this review helpful
10 people found this review funny
2.6 hrs on record
Posted: January 27
Right now the game is unplayable as when I am outside my FPS drops below 25. Running with an AMD FX8350 and Radeon R9 270x. Seems to me from looking at the rest of the reviews, this game has been poorly optimized for AMD systems, regardless of what all the Nvidia fanboys are saying.


All those having the same issue, go to this link:
http://en.support.techland.pl/support/solutions/articles/4000042573-creating-dxdiag-file

Send them a dxdiag file to help them fix these problems more quickly.
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29 of 53 people (55%) found this review helpful
6 people found this review funny
19.5 hrs on record
Posted: January 27
This game is awesome fun to play whether it's with a friend or without. Yeah, it's KIND OF like Dead Island, but who didn't like Dead Island? It's by the same developers, Techland, and this game to be is like Dead Island, with a more serious tone, more variation, better graphics, better co-op (zombie play with friends), and everything else you could ask for from a game.
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11 of 19 people (58%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
0.9 hrs on record
Posted: January 27
game looks good. but runs like crap. fps drop everywhere. can't play at all. running on i5 4570/8GB DDR3/ GTX760 2GB
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
7.5 hrs on record
Posted: January 27
In a nutshell:

Overall, first impressions 6 hours in are Techland have outdone themselves and I can't wait for the performance issues to be fixed so this becomes a true GOTY contender.

In-depth:

Rig:
Gigabyte GTX 660 2GB OC Edition
i7 2600k 3.4ghz (Not OC'd)
8GB DDR3 RAM
2TB Seagate HDD

This combo runs the game a bit worse then it should in all honesty, currently on all medium settings with HBAO/SSAO turned off, everything else on. I wasn't expecting miracles with this aging setup but I was expecting a bit better when I can almost max Shogun 2 and Metro with better FPS for example.
I get quite a few frame drops and the game does feel a bit choppier then I would of liked on these settings, doesn't detract from the fun of the game though. Even though I was hoping to get atleast Texture quality to high the game still looks absolutely amazing at medium. BIG props to the environmental artists or whatever you would call them, as the game is atmospheric as all hell and every nook and cranny of the city oozes of detail and little untold stories. You'll see destroyed quarantine zones, highways full of abandoned cars, rotting corpses and destruction and huge vistas of the flaming city. It's all very immersive and draws you in. I have spent probably an hour of my playtime just soaking in the environment.

Story is good so far, enough to feel me compelled to go on in finishing it and doing the main quest to see what happens, so better then Dead Island's. Combat is much better then Dead Island's without those damn immersion breaking health bars, Instead you rely on the much improved visual damage system to see how close a zombie is to death. Weapons feel satisfying as ever and very meaty.

I'd give it an 8/10 as it is now, maybe buy on discount if you're a patient scrooge but the current price wont leave you feeling shortchanged.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
2.1 hrs on record
Posted: January 27
So, my first game of 2015 and I must say, Its very good, with my new GTX 970, works get with max settings. handles well with jumping and the zoombies good detail. Sadly, there a bit of frame drops here and there (mostly outside the city) but with a patch or two, it should fix that. crashed once at the start where i skipped the intro or cutscene. The game is mostly a mix with Dead island and Mirror's Edge. Which is new to me, (and its not a all lose of your stuff then to a game like Dayz) And you get to scavenging for supplies and crafting without losing it, but limited save in your bag. I would recommend for the zoombie lovers and fans, sadly $71.99 USD is a bit much, maybe say $10 off for launch would be good. I would recommend for the sale that new games tend to how in 4 weeks time. Well make a review video in the next few days. Thanks for your time.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
9.2 hrs on record
Posted: January 27
This game is AMAZING!
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3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
11.8 hrs on record
Posted: January 27
2015 Ebola simulator.
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115 of 224 people (51%) found this review helpful
13 people found this review funny
10.7 hrs on record
Posted: January 27
Really dissapointing, feels more like an errand boy, and the story script insults your intelligence so many times. cant see why we cant just be allowed to figure things out for our selves.
the physics of the game is the only good thing, running away from zombies. nothing else is anything more then your usual bash bash bash dead. i would say wait for this game to be half its price. because now its way overpriced for the things you can do.
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6 of 10 people (60%) found this review helpful
4.4 hrs on record
Posted: January 27
If I had a business model - I'd would want it to run on everything not just Nv* I have an AMD because it was the best choice at the time . . . . . why would you want to only cater to only one card? Financial madness.
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7 of 12 people (58%) found this review helpful
3.6 hrs on record
Posted: January 27
Its like Dead Island and FarCry 4 got together. Its pretty, enviroments are immersive, and the beat downs are satisfying.

Plays really really smooth on my machine which is a default Asus ROG 750GH laptop.

My only gripe is that, weapons degrade rediculously fast and while I understand this is to add a difficulty curve to keep people from going apeshit on hordes instead of running from them, but its hard to imagine a steel pipe being rendered unable to even crack skin after a handful of strikes against necrotic flesh.

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11 of 20 people (55%) found this review helpful
1.7 hrs on record
Posted: January 27
I'm only reviewing this for AMD users such as myself. I had such high hopes for this game but If you have AMD then you might want to stay away from this game. Game itself is great and looks beautiful and I'm sure looks great for Nvidia users, but runs horribly on my setup which is the reccomended settings with 8 gig more ram.
8350 fx
r9 290 4gb card
16 gig ram
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