Showing posts with label Days Gone. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Days Gone. Show all posts

Friday, March 9, 2018

Days Gone Delayed to 2019

Upcoming action-adventure survival horror game Days Gone from SIE Bend Studio and Sony Interactive Entertainment has been delayed. Although the game didn't have any solid release date officially set except for talks of launching it this year, the info of the game on PlayStation's site now shows the release date to be 2019. The sudden delay of this PlayStation 4-exclusive is shocking for the fans that were waiting eagerly for the game.

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Days Gone Delayed to 2019

RELATED: Days Gone Alternate Gameplay Trailer

Neither Bend Studio nor Sony Entertainment has said anything regarding this delay except for res-stating that it will come out in 2019 and we will be informed of any updates. It was Shuhei Yoshida, president of Sony Worldwide Studio, who formerly said the game to be expected on 2018 but now after declaring about the delay, no one is disclosing the reasons for it. We can only hope that some industry insider gives us the details for this sudden mishap.

Aside from the gameplay demo showcased at E3 2016 and another trailer at E3 2017, Days Gone hasn't revealed much. There was a fraction of the game demo at the day and at night to demonstrate how the game turns out different based on the time it's being played. Now, all we can do is to wait for another trailer for the game to drop at this year's E3 event like the past two years. The glimpse of content that we saw till date on the game is enough to keep us waiting on the edge of our seats.

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The developers of Days Gone have previously worked on Syphon Filter and Uncharted: Golden Abyss. Unless any further announcement, we don't know for sure that how long we have to wait to take the role of mercenary Deacon St. John in the post-apocalyptic zombie infested world on his motorcycle. As the aforementioned game is now delayed, PlayStation 4 owners are now only left with Detroit: Become Human, another exclusive to the console scheduled for May 25.

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Days Gone Alternate Gameplay Trailer

Upcoming action-adventure survival horror video game Days Gone is still awaiting a release date and yet making all sort of crazy buzz. When we first learn about it, it showed us some peaks at some of the gaming experience that awaits us in the game but as days are passing, it is unveiling more awesome stuffs. At the E3 2017, Sony has showcased an alternate demo of Days Gone, which is now made public.

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Days Gone Alternate Playthrough

If you by any chance have missed it, then here is your chance to take a look at the trailer of Days Gone. Don't you dare missing it.

This 11 minute long video of the game actually presents a very different gameplay than we saw before. While playing Deacon St. John, creative director John Garvin and Sam Witwer emphasizes on various different aspects of the game. Of course, finding trouble in each and every corner of this post-apocalyptic open world is no biggie but what we did not know before is that every path and course of Days Gone can turn different based on the players' choice.

Even change of the surrounding environments will present a different experience each time. For example, during the cold snowing weather, you might not see the wolves wandering around but do not take that as a good sign. As the world is mostly ravaged by the freakers, who are primarily nocturnal, the cold brings them out and they are stronger in the freezing temperature. Also, you are able to ride the Drifter Bike during snow fall. Late evening and raining weather is also demonstrated in the trailer though.

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Days Gone Alternate Approaches

There is another thing that is going to affect the game to the player and that is the game-playing style. Whether or not a person chooses to be stealthy or takes a more straight-up attacking mode, their approach will matter to the gameplay in overall. Also, keeping your keen eye to your surrounding will probably pay off. There will be many things to pick up to craft useful tools or deadly traps. Hopefully, developer Bend Studio will announce a release date for Days Gone very soon and we all are eagerly waiting for that.