Dambuster Studios explains how the FLESH system enables realistic damage on zombies while still being exaggerated and fun.
Dead Island 2 It was scheduled to be released this week but was delayed until April 28 with the development at “the right end.” Dambuster Studios provides regular updates and recently sat down with Game Informer to talk about the FLESH System. Images are from November 2022 work in progress, may contain errors.
Fully Locational Evisceration System for Humanoids or FLESH is a surgical procedure. Depending on where the player hits, the damage is actually done, whether it’s deadly weapons that rip through platforms or weapons. blow to break bones. The show’s senior writer Aaron Ridge and special art director Dan Evans-Lawes also discussed how it changed depending on the type of zombies being fought.
For example: While normal zombies can be crushed like any rotten undead, the large Crushers can pour a lot of holes. It’s more visceral but still has the high, camp character of the war.
Dead Island 2 coming to Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5 and PC. Go here to learn more about the game’s Skill Deck and how players can adjust. You can also check out the third Slayers game here.