The very same developer who was in charge of DayZ (Dean Hill) found his own gaming studio, RocketWerkz, as soon as he left his previous one (Bohemia Interactive). After abandoning his initial project called Ion and after his space management simulator, Stationeers hit the Early Access on Steam, an ambitious developer revealed his next project called "Living Dark".

The very first trailer for this upcoming title was released on Monday and it's called "Making Weather". You can watch it down below:

As you can see from this first abstract teaser, there is plenty of gangsters, thugs and drug dealers located here and, suddenly, it all ends in a bloodbath when a group of mysterious cyber mercenaries finds their location and breaks in mercilessly.

But, if that wasn't intriguing enough, the developers released yet another trailer yesterday, this time focusing on a character called "Algo Azul"...

There are some strong hints of telekinesis in this one and, we have to admit, it really got us hyped!

There is very little information on what kind of game we should really expect but the developers describe this project as follows: "Welcome to Vox - a near-future city straining under tensions it can barely control... Fight for friends, factions or your own future, but survive at all costs in a society where justice is only for the powerful. Explore dense, diverse open environments in a myriad of playstyles. Forge critical bonds then confront demanding choices - against the darkness of the city, your decisions make all the difference. A neo-noir adventure driven by a procedural narrative, Living Dark is yours to define."

What "procedural" basically means is that the entire content around you (including the characters, events, dialogues and even the missions themselves) will be generated depending on your actions as well as the choices you make. So, that literally means that everything you do in this game will have some consequences. This is a really amazing feature because every time you (re)play the game, you will have a different story going on and (potentially) they will all end differently as well. The developer team also promised a varied gameplay with many different playstyles being involved so you will be able to take down your enemies in a brutal "Terminator-like" fashion and you will also be able to take a more defensive approach and use your stealth carefully.

Another interesting note is that the same creative director who previously worked on projects like Fallout 3, Crysis 3 and Skyrim (Rashad Redic) is involved in this one as well. He promised that the team will be releasing new teasers each and every day during the week so we can expect a new one today as well. At the same time, he revealed that "Living Dark" was originally intended to be a movie...which, basically, is yet another guarantee that we are in for an outstanding narrative experience!

We will definitely keep an eye out for this title and we hope to see more information coming in the following days. While waiting, make sure to check out the official website of Living Dark as well.