The procedurally generated Unreal Engine 4 powered horror title, Daylight, has been delayed slightly in order to make the game more scary.

The game's publisher, Atlus, explains how the delay until April 29 will allow the team to fine tune the scares in a game where it never plays out the same way twice.
Let's not mince words. First news you need to know about Daylight is that we had to delay the release date by several weeks. Here's the thing: the way Daylight is developed is completely different because of its procedural generation. In a lot of ways it really helped the team by streamlining the environment creation, but it's taken extra time to make sure all the scare cues are properly implemented for maximum player effect.
tl;dr: we're fine tuning Daylight to make it scarier.

Daylight's new release date is April 29.

The silver lining to this cloud? We have some great news about Daylight's price:

1) Starting on April 29 for 2 weeks, PS+ subscribers will be able to get Daylight for $9.99, non-subscribers $11.99.
2) You can pre-order Daylight on PC right now through April 29 for $9.99, which is 33% off the original price.

After the promotional periods, Daylight will be its regular $14.99 price.

Until then, feel free to check out this brand new trailer released for Daylight. Daylight is slated for release on the PC and PlayStation 4 platforms.