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Dying Light meets Call Of Duty in explosive new zombie FPS

Dying Light meets Call Of Duty in explosive new zombie FPS

Upcoming FPS The Midnight Walkers blends the multiplayer action of Call of Duty with the undead horrors of Dying Light.

If you’ve ever wondered what a mash-up of the Dying Light and Call of Duty franchises might look like then you’ve come to the right place.

Upcoming FPS The Midnight Walkers blends the PvP action of Call of Duty with the undead horrors of the Dying Light franchise to create a spine-tingling shooter that is just as intensely terrifying as it is fun.

Developed and set to be published by Onewayticketstudio, The Midnight Walkers classies itself as an “extreme survival game”.

“The brutal survival game unfolds at Grand Liberty Center. The indoor combat in this isolated building offers a unique experience compared to other battlefields. It gives a fresh tension with its vertical constraints and limited visibility, unlike anything you've felt before,” teases the synopsis.

Take a look at The Midnight Walkers in action below.

Instead of offering up a sprawling open battlefield, The Midnight Walkers is set across 20 floors of the Grand Liberty Center with the centre containing a hospital, offices, a shopping mall, parking lot, and gym.

In each game, a particular floor is selected as the designated battleground from which undead horrors will spawn - and, of course, there are other players to contend with.

This battleground will periodically change with some floors blocked off due to a viral gas.

Your life will depend on finding an escape route and looting for precious supplies, something that may be easier if you find an ally to team up with.

Even if you do locate the escape pod, entering it is a time consuming process - the perfect time for human foes to make their attack.

While The Midnight Walkers may not boast a release date just yet, we do know that it’s due to drop in Q4 of 2024.

Q4 runs from October to December so there is a slight wait ahead of us.

Still, I suspect this game could quickly rise up the Steam charts if it manages to land well with players. One to keep an eye on, for sure.

Featured Image Credit: Onewayticketstudio

Topics: Dying Light 2, Call Of Duty, Steam, PC