The upcoming Open world “Days Gone” an action-adventure game developed by SIE Bend Studio was delayed to 2019 earlier this year to apply more improvements for the final launch date. Enthusiasts are eagerly waiting for the game to launch and “Days Gone” is the most anticipated game yet.
However, Days Gone likely won’t be showcased at Sony’s E3 2018, but the good news is that the developers have been revealing new gameplay footage and a ton of new information about Days Gone over the month of May.
The latest article posted by gameinformer yesterday is a video interview with the key developers, in which they clarified the goal and ambition behind this game’s development.
“We’re definitely pushing the PlayStation 4 to its limits.”
The developers are very confident in their approach and the team is constantly working hard to implement a masterpiece game. Days Gone has been briefly described by its makers as Sons of Anarchy meets The Walking Dead, with the game’s protagonist Deacon St. John depicted as a biker who prefers to wander and explorer around the post-apocalyptic Pacific Northwest area of the United States rather than live in the relative safety of the remaining human-settled areas. The game went into full production in January 2015, so it will be over four years when it launches next year.
The developers said: “The first thing to be clear about is, we are Sony. Sony Bend is Sony. We have a whole team of producers, they would come down monthly. They’re constantly working with marketing and PR and outsourcing to make sure that what we’re building is something we can sell because that’s important, but also something that’s worthy of first-party because we’re part of Sony. What we really want to do is create something that is best in class for the kind of game that we’re making, that’s super important to us.”