A little less than three months before the official release, Dambuster Studios released a new developer video for the bloody zombie hunt “Dead Island 2”. This is all about the flesh system and the procedurally generated gore effects.
After several developer changes, the horror action adventure “Dead Island 2” is now being created by the “Homefront: The Revolution” makers at Dambuster Studios.
Around three months before the official release, the studio provided another developer video for “Dead Island 2”, in which the new features of the successor are discussed. On the one hand we are dealing with the “Fully Locational Evisceration System for Humanoids” or “Flesh” for short.
The new system ensures that the damage you cause is represented in a comprehensible way. Regardless of whether you tackle the undead with a machete, attack them with a heavy hammer or inflict burns on them, all damage should be reflected on the zombies’ bodies in a realistic and understandable way.
The new skill deck influences your play style
The type of zombies also makes a difference with the Flesh system. For example, while you can cut off the limbs of the normal zombies, the massive crushers also lose their entrails. The procedurally generated gore effects, which the developers at Dambuster Studios also address in the newly released video, provide additional variety.
As recently confirmed, the skill deck system is said to be the most exciting new feature of “Dead Island 2”. Skill decks allow you to customize your loadouts and builds, tailoring your hero to your playstyle.
All other details about the new skill deck system of “Dead Island 2” and a video with official details can be found here here.
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“Dead Island 2” is in development for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S and, after several postponements, is now scheduled for a release on April 28, 2023.
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