Sony has released updates to some of the titles of development at its Worldwide Studios, revealing that the PS4 title…
Sony has released updates to some of the titles of development at its Worldwide Studios, revealing that the PS4 title Days Gone has been delayed. In a post on PlayStation Blog, Asad Qizilbash, Vice President of Marketing at Sony Interactive Entertainment America, confirmed that the worldwide survival shooter will start on April 26, 2019. It was previously scheduled for February 22, 2019.
In his statement, Sony said that this was made to come from a busy period and give the developer Sony Bend some time to improve the title. “We recently decided to move the release of Days Gone from the overflowing February period to April 26, 2019,” said Qizilbash. “While the studio is keen to see Days Gone in the hands of fans, Bend Studio will take the opportunity to further polarize Days Gone.”
In Days Gone players take control of a bicycle called Deacon St. John, who also happens to be a bounty hunter who makes his way through a humble world on his bike. The Days Gone brand of the hell apocalypse consists of fast zombie-like creatures called Freakers, which, due to the trailers, often seem to run around in hordes.
We played Days Gone on E3 201
8 and according to Oscar Dayus, it seemed quite basic. “The game of character development – like the most meaningful narrative content and the whole open world – was not available in the version I played,” he said. “My hope is that this was a bad demonstration rather than a bad game … But at today’s show, Days Gone will need to improve a significant amount … to become more than the relatively basic zombie shooter that it currently seems to be be.” You can read his full Days Gone preview here.