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Daylight Dawns in April

ATLUS announces plans to release Daylight on April 8th for Windows PCs and PlayStation 4, offering the chance to scare yourself with their upcoming survival/horror game, also revealing pricing details, saying the game will run you $14.99/14.99/11.99, depending on your currency of choice. They also take the opportunity to reveal details about the game's 3D support on each platform:

The PlayStation 4 and PC version of Daylight will be fully 3D compatible out of the box! 3D-enabled TVs and monitors will bring the scares, jumps and all other things that haunt the Mid Island area to life in a very tangible way. RealD is the same technology they use in movie theaters for 3D movies and excels at giving the game terrific depth-of-field. Catching an overhead light flicker down an incredibly long corridor is one of the more chilling 3D applications...until you come across a spirit, that is. If you have the means, we highly recommend giving this mode a try. Oh, and here's a casual reminder that Daylight is also compatible with the Oculus VR, for those brave enough...

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