Days Gone Delay Until 2019 Confirmed By Sony
Of the three major video game home consoles, the PlayStation 4 seemed to go into 2018 promising the most desired exclusive games among the three major platforms for the year. The upcoming zombie game, Days Gone, has been a major presence at the 2016 and 2017 E3 Sony Press Conferences, and looked to be one of the biggest games of the year. Now, it seems players will have to wait a bit longer, as Sony has confirmed a Days Gone delay pushing the game back to 2019.
The page for Days Gone has now been updated on the official PlayStation website to show the game’s release date as 2019. The game was previously expected to release in 2018, which would keep the game at only two years between its official announcement at E3 2016 and its release in 2018. The open world game surprised many with its introduction as a new IP focused on warfare against massive hordes of zombies that would take a different approach from its similar PlayStation predecessor, The Last of Us. There’s no word on when in 2019 the game will release, but it is possible we might hear this or other new information about the game at E3 later this year.
The game will have players controlling Deacon St. John, played by Sam Witwer, as he explores the zombie-infested Pacific Northwest. The numerous zombie waves are expected to take full advantage of the PlayStation 4’s power and present a zombie game different than any seen before. What do you guys think about the Days Gone delay? Let us know in the comments below!
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