Daylight coming to PlayStation 4 [Update]

Another Zombie Studios game set for Sony's console.

Daylight, the first-person horror game from Blacklight: Retribution developer Zombie Studios, is coming to PlayStation 4 as a downloadable title in 2014, tonight’s pre-E3 episode of GameTrailers TV reveals.

Find a description below.

Waking up in an abandoned hospital with only your cell phone for illumination, you explore the institution’s dark criminal past as you attempt to escape. In Daylight no two experiences are the same, and it is best played alone in the dark.

Daylight introduces gamers to a procedurally generated world that replicates the horrifying nature of Daylight over and over again, but creates a different environment for each new game. Each time the player begins a new game, they experience a new world with new content and encounters; from the layout of the building and the things they seek to the events they encounter, it is never the same experience twice.

Note: We’re under the suspicion that this is the title Atlus was teasing earlier. Though considering it’s a downloadable title and developers can self-publish on PlayStation 4, it wouldn’t make much sense. Stay tuned for an update.

Update: It seems Atlus will indeed be publishing.

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