Days Gone Release Date, Platforms, Trailer, Gameplay

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Days Gone Release Date

In this post, we will be talking about Days Gone release date, platforms, and details. Bend Studio is working on Days Gone; it is one of the highest anticipated game, and it will be PlayStation exclusive. The game will remind you of NaughtyDog’s The Last of US. Days Gone has been in talks for over a year, and we finally have a confirmed release date for the game.

Days Gone Release Date

Days Gone gameplay

Days Gone would be an open world action-adventure survival horror. The series seems to take clear inspiration from The Last of Us and Sons of Anarchy, as players play as a rebellious biker trying to find his way in a post-apocalyptic world. As I mentioned earlier, Days Gone is exclusive to PS4, and it will release on February 22, 2019.

Days Gone Trailer

Sony, the studio behind the phenomenal game has released an alternate playthrough of the E3 2017 demo, showing how performances may pan out separately according to player action:

Days Gone is set in an open world in the Pacific Northwest. The action-adventure/survival horror game puts you in the shoes of Deacon St. John, once an outlaw and now trying to survive in a devastated world. We don’t yet know what caused the apocalypse, but it’s resulted in some pretty scary occurrences. Freakers, zombie-like humans, and animals that have become mindless and violent travel the roads, and Deacon must evade and battle them. It looks like a challenge, as they tend to travel in fast-moving hordes, much like the zombies in World War Z.

While plot points are still unknown, Sony describes Days Gone as a story-driven game. Along with a heavy emphasis on the “golden path” rather than on dozens of side quests like some other open-world games throw at you.

In the release date trailer, we see new animal threats: mountain lions (or cougars) and infected ravens. There’s also an ambush event, as Marauders torch an old vehicle and roll it onto the highway trying to knock Deacon from his bike. We’re introduced to a new enemy human faction, called Rest In Peace, or R.I.P., who worship the Freakers and kill those who don’t.

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