PS4 Exclusive Days Gone Pushed Back to 2019
The biker-zombie-survival game won't be releasing this year, announced publisher Sony Interactive Entertainment America..
By Chris Morse
First revealed on the Sony stage at E3 2016, Bend Studio's Days Gone sparked some buzz as an original zombie survival title with a biker/motorcycle spin. Sony Interactive Entertainment America originally announced that the game would be due out sometime in 2018, but this past weekend the publisher revealed that the game is getting pushed back to next year for more polish.
This is a little disappointing but we'd much rather see the extra work put into the game instead of it being rushed out, so we're fairly sure fans can wait a little bit longer to get their hands on this one. You can check out the most recent trailer from last year's E3 below:
Days Gone will be released exclusively for PlayStation 4 in 2019. There's no exact month just yet, but we expect to see it in the early half of the year. Once we have more concrete details, we'll be sure to provide updates as we inch closer to its release. Let us know what you think about the trailer above and if this game is one of the ones on your radar for next year.
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