Dying Light could quite possibly be one of the more sneaky titles that shines in 2014 and with the recent gameplay video they released, it's hard to say this game doesn't look impressive.
The title will be employing co-op into its gameplay and players will apparently be able to carry out different missions at the same time another player is doing something different.
This was confirmed by Dying Light writer Ralph W. Orkan.
"Even if the quests, be it main or side quests, share the same story background, they can be completed independently. It’s up to the player.
"What’s more, when you play the game in co-op, all gamers can do different missions, most of them at the same time – unless the story requires them to stick together. When we say open world, we really mean it," Orkan said.
So this is starting to seem like a world where one player can be at the top of Harran doing one thing and the other could be at the bottom of it doing something else. This could make for some engaging, interesting gameplay for players and some amazing share moments.
While we do not have a release date for Dying Light, we are expecting it to be release sometime during the spring of 2014 since they're showing as much gameplay as they have been.