The latest game from Zombie Studios and Atlus is called Daylight. Described as a procedurally-generated psychological thriller, this title will be arriving on PlayStation 4 and PC simultaneously next year.

The first-person thriller begins when your character wakes up in an abandoned hospital. Your only source of light is a cell phone, so you better hope that the flashlight app doesn't drain the battery.

What makes this game so creepy, other than the fact that the horror is powered by the Unreal Engine 4, is that each level is procedurally-generated, meaning that nothing will ever be in the same place twice. There's no memorizing routes here, folks, so you'll have to play everything by ear, and hope that you don't run into anything truly horrifying.

According to Atlus, the game will utilize the following PlayStation 4 features:

  • Using every ounce of processing power: Daylight uses Unreal Engine 4 to create an atmospheric setting with some of the most immersive graphics to date.
  • Share gameplay online: Scare friends with the system's new "share" feature to stream gameplay to friends.
  • Capturing the moment: Daylight uses the PS4 system's integrated PlayStation Eye camera to take pictures of the exact moment that a scare happens. Keep the pictures of the reactions as a novelty or bravely share them with friends on social networks.
  • RealD 3D Support: Daylight uses the latest 3D technology from RealD to expand its haunting atmosphere into the third dimension.

This game will make it onto PC and PlayStation 4 during Q1 of 2014. If you'd like to find out more, visit its official site here... if you dare.