|The game's open world looks dauntingly exciting!|
One of the most intriguing game play aspects is night survival. Scavenging during the day is must to survive, but stay out too long, and the night will fall. Then you're the hunted. Now transformed into something stronger, faster, and more alert, the zombies hunt with extreme vigor. You will be hard pressed to survive.
With a huge variety of short- and long-range weapons, along with the ability to craft and change them, fierce and interactive combat is guaranteed.
So far, this game definitely seems to be for serious gamers looking for a thrill ride of an experience. During quests or active objectives, the player seems to be left on his or her own en route. While able to change the environment to fit your transportation needs, you aren't babied. No shiny objects or hints reduce the quality of game play, and this encourages you to find your own unique way to the destination. Without a doubt, I think that this is might set the bar higher and start a whole new generation of zombie games. It may also set a precedence for future open-world survival games.
What do you think? Can Dying Light be the new standard for this popular a genre?