The Day Before might be real, but its latest gameplay trailer looks like a Fortnite mod


Where is the building?

If there’s one game that’s had a rough ride over the past few years, it’s The Day Before. Since its reveal, Fntastic’s zombie MMO survival title has seen a climb to the top of the Steam Wishlist chart, to an endless cycle of delays, and then on the receiving end a barrage of fan questions as to whether it’s a real game or not not.

It seems like Fntastic heard the criticism, or realized that the scrutiny was starting to mount, and rose from the hordes with a brand new gameplay trailer featuring crafting and zombie survival.

In a 10-minute trailer, the player begins with a brisk run through the suburbs before reaching a crafting station. From there, fans get a glimpse of The Day Before’s modest range of craftsmanship as the player combines a few items to craft parts for his Deprov-74, with the end product including a suppressor and an ACOG visor for some zombie kills .

After we’ve dealt with a few deadheads, the rest of the trailer doesn’t show much apart from a second player joining the action and some looting. Oddly enough, part of The Day Before’s delay was that Fntastic decided to switch to Unreal Engine 5. While it’s still a work in progress, the latest Fortnite trailer looks eerily familiar, with Epic Game’s Battle Royale Titan also running on the powerhouse of an engine.

Oddly enough, for those fans looking for an in-depth documentary explaining the game’s systems, this fell short of the nitty-gritty. Time will tell if Fntastic has anything more to say as the team is targeting a November 2023 release, but things are looking a bit bleak at the moment. The Day Before might be real, but its latest gameplay trailer looks like a Fortnite mod

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