This here is another PlayStation 4 exclusive that is highly anticipated by fans. It is none other than Days Gone, the post-apocalyptic zombie survival game. Originally due to come out later this year, the release has been pushed back. The reasoning behind this move is presumably due to how close the release date was to Spider-Man and Red Dead Redemption 2. Creative director John Garvin, in an interview with Game Informer, finally sets the window for Days Gone release.
When is Days Gone dropping?
According to the interview, Sony is aiming to get the game out to the mass early next year in 2019. There isn’t much information other than what we already know on top of the release window. Days Gone will support 4k resolution for the PlayStation 4 Pro, that’s for sure. The main campaign itself will most likely give you about 30 hours of gameplay. Plus, you can definitely continue to play once you’re done with the story. Hopefully, we’ll get a whole lot more of this game during this year’s E3.
Watch the rapid fire interview here on Game Informer, it’s really entertaining!