New Showcase: Zombie Studios’ Daylight

By Crystal Voliva

Go behind the scenes and learn why Zombie Studios made the early switch to Unreal Engine 4 to develop Daylight, their new procedurally generated psychological thriller now out on PlayStation 4 and PC.

While creative studio head Jared Gerritzen credits the powerhouse visual scripting tool Blueprint with affording the small team the ability to quickly create content without heavy programming support, the team also shares their appreciation for UE4’s customizability and ongoing updates, saying, “Every new build, we get new toys.”

Click over and read the full showcase here.

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