Days Gone Gets New Trailer and Release Date
This biker survival game won't be riding on to your PS4 until early 2019.
By Chris Morse
Sony is doing things a little differently for this year's E3, which is to say that miscellaneous trailers and release dates are dropping before the main show next week. This fact holds true for Days Gone, their biker-inspired take on a post-apocalyptic world of the undead. We saw quite a bit of this game in action at last year's convention, and after a slight delay, it seems like the release date is finally set.
According to the official PlayStation Blog, Days Gone will be making its premiere on February 22nd, 2019. That is quite a long wait, but it seems clear this game is getting some extra attention and polish after the earlier delay. We will be able to see the results of this effort at E3 next week where the game will be shown off in its biggest way yet. This new trailer also shows off a bit of its own.
Aside from showing new enemies, the game introduces an enemy faction called Rest in Peace. Here's the run-down for this group.[blockquote-0]
On top of that, the trailer also introduces a few new characters. The PlayStation Blog gave a nice summary of what to expect from each of them.[blockquote-1]
There you have it. We'll be sure to provide more updates during E3 as we get our hands on new gameplay and other information. Will you be checking out Days Gone? Let us know your impressions here in our comments section or on social media.[relatedArticle-0]
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