Until Dawn Gameplay Footage Will Scare The Living Daylights Out Of You

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Posted By | On 06th, Dec. 2014 Under News | Follow This Author @Pramath1605


Until Dawn was revealed for the PlayStation 4 back during Sony’s Gamescom keynote, and it looked pretty interesting then. That said, it was also very hard to be sold on it from what we had- you either liked what you saw, or you didn’t.

Today, at their PlayStation Experience keynote, Sony gave Until Dawn a lot of time in the spotlight, and it literally shone. The game looks creepy, emergent, and thrilling as all hell- at a time when traditional survival horror experiences seem to be all but dead, it looks like Until Dawn is making no bones about the fact that it is trying its very best to scare the crap out of you. And largely succeeding at that as well.

Check out the gameplay footage for yourself, and tell us what you think. And remember to stay tuned to GamingBolt for all the latest and greatest coverage from the PlayStation Experience.


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  • d0x360

    I was excited for thus until I learned its a David cage style movie game. Then I was pretty meh about it but I was still going to give it a shot UNTIL I saw gameplay and noticed how every single object is highlighted.. No thanks.

    • Mark

      Same for me. It looks cool for what it is, but I couldn’t immerse myself in this. Now, dude, that was a MEGATON announcement that Sony wrapped up SF5……wow. I felt gutted honestly because I remember Ono from Capcom saying Street Fighter would in fact be hitting both systems next year. But that could mean any SF.

      Oh well, I guess I’ll be copping a PS4 next year when the price drops. There’s NO WAY I’m missing out on the new SF…….unless it goes 3D lol.

    • d0x360

      I haven’t been a big SF fan since sf 3 3rs strike but the exclusive deal doesn’t effect me cause I have both current consoles.

      That said its an odd decision by capcom. SF is a big series but it doesn’t sell big compared to most AAA series. I can see SE making money from tomb raider with it being on just 1 platform but I can’t see capcom making money on SF this way.

      Sony wanted an exclusive 3rd party game and its probably the only one they could afford. They aren’t exactly flush with cash.

    • Mark

      Yeah I was surprised that SF4 didn’t sell loads. Thought it sold more. When Capcom said “There’s an opportunity for growth for the fighting genre” I was like hunh? By going exclusive? Lol. Now if Sony’s helping fund SF5 then maybe Capcom needed that security, to build a sequel. I can’t think of any other “growth” otherwise.

      U know what I’ma do? I’ll wait next year to see if Capcom or Sony announces dedicated servers for SF5. On Live for X360 for SF4, u really had to be cautious of people’s connections, or else you’d be fightin in mud frequently. Although ded. servers wouldn’t eliminate lag, atleast there’d be no P2P, host advantage etc. I’m gonna wait lol.

    • d0x360

      I doubt they will use dedicated servers. They are expensive when compared to the free PvP model.

      The best online fighting game I’ve ever played from a response standpoint was dead or alive 4 and that used PvP so it can be done. Its never ideal but a good experience can be had.

      I imagine this game will hit Xbox eventually. It will be one of those cases where they make a new updated version a year later.

    • Mark

      Kinda what I was thinkin. And about the “growth” statement, maybe they were referring to cross-play between PC n PS4. That’d be cool. Maybe they meant Sony was willing to allow cross-play to unify SF gamers as a whole, maybe MS wasn’t cool with that.

    • d0x360

      Microsoft has 2 man reasons for not usually allowing play with PC. First is PC users have the advantage in control…usually.

      Second is security. Its pretty easy to cheat on PC. Any number of things can happen whether its direct modification of the game, injection of code into packets or modification of memory. As great as cross platform play sounds it comes with issues.

    • Mark

      Oh ok. But perhaps this is what Capcom’s aiming for. Who knows. Just a bit confusing why they’d go exclusive…..oh well


 

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