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Zombie 'survival platformer' Deadlight coming to PS4 and Xbox One

Director's Cut version of Tequila Works' sidescrolling adventure coming soon

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Publisher Deep Silver is bringing Deadlight, Tequila Works' platforming adventure first released on Xbox 360 and Windows PC in 2012, to current consoles. Dubbed Deadlight: Director's Cut, the new version of the zombie survival game will add "superior controls, new animations and full 1080p resolution" to the game.

Deadlight: Director's Cut will also introduce Survival Arena, a new mode that promises "one of the toughest zombie challenges yet."

Deep Silver and Tequila Works are working with Abstraction Games, which has adapted a long list of well-known titles, to bring the new version of Deadlight to PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One. Deadlight: Director's Cut will be released June 21 and cost $19.99.

For more on the original Deadlight, read Polygon's review.

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