Game developers are nothing if not persistent, as the recent influx of zombie games dribbling out of Steam and off store shelves clearly demonstrates. It would seem as though it's become something of a necessity to feature some form of undead horde for players to cut down like so much overgown lawn, and Dying Light is one of the latest, already being available for a while digitally, a month before its psychical retail release.
Unlike many zombie games currently doing the rounds, though, Dying Light already has a proven pedigree, even if it is a new IP. That's because the developer behind it was responsible for Dead Island, one of the most promising zombie survival games of recent years. Deep Silver decided to take Dead Island in a different direction to its original developer,