Daylight, Zombie Studios' procedurally generated horror game that lets Twitch viewers spook players, will be released April 29 on PlayStation 4 and Windows PC, publisher Atlus announced today.
Originally scheduled to be released April 8, the game will launch three weeks later on PS4 for $11.99 or $9.99 for PlayStation Plus subscribers. That offer will be good for two weeks. Daylight is also available for pre-order on Steam for $9.99, where those who pre-purchase it will also receive the soundtrack. Daylight's price will increase to $14.99 on all platforms when the promotional periods end.
Check out the gallery below to see the game's final area, a remixed version of the abandoned hospital players encounter earlier in Daylight.
"The last area to talk about in Daylight is the craziest one of all," the publisher wrote. "Clearing the forest area gives way to … the hospital? But there's something different about it. The halls are no longer decrepit; there's no trash, no graffiti, no empty beds in the halls. The hospital looks new. It looks brand new. Like … when it was first built. What the hell is going on here? You'll have to find out for yourself …"
For more on the game and its development in Unreal Engine 4, be sure to read our interview with the developers. You can learn about the game's writer, Jessica Chobot, in Polygon's feature, and check out the gallery below to see Daylight's final area.