Dying Light Reviews Won’t be Embargoed, Techland Wants Game to be as “Transparent” as Possible
After the controversy over the late Assassin’s Creed Unity embargo date, it only seems natural to be a little wary of embargoes. However, Techland, responding to such worries, has assured us that their upcoming zombie title Dying Light will “be as transparent” as possible.
The title’s lead game designer Maciej Binkowski announced there will be no review embargoes prior to the release of the game, hopefully making the game more transparent to its fans.
No, we do not have embargoes of that nature. We want to be as transparent as we can towards our fans, so don’t worry – there won’t be any review embargoes before the game is released.
At the same time, however, Binkowski also announced the possibility of a demo is “not likely,” meaning that early reviews will be one of the best, if not the only, way to get an idea of how Dying Light runs on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC when it comes out on January 27.
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