Days Gone Dev Celebrates Game Going Gold
It has been quite the long road for Bend Studio, who announced their upcoming zombie title Days Gone back at E3 2016. Originally scheduled to release last year, the game has officially gone gold ahead of its release date next month.
The news comes by way of the official Bend Studio twitter account, which recently posted a team photo in celebration of the milestone. “Our team has done it,” the tweet reads. “#DaysGone has gone gold. It’s been quite the ride and we can’t wait for you to experience our game on April 26.” The tweet itself can be found below:
Our team has done it! #DaysGone has gone gold.
It’s been quite the ride and we can’t wait for you experience our game on April 26. pic.twitter.com/xnD5VTnbew
— Bend Studio #DaysGone (@BendStudio) March 9, 2019
Still unfamiliar with Days Gone? Here’s what’s in store when the game releases next month:
- Hope Never Dies – At its core, Days Gone is about survivors and what makes them human: desperation, loss, madness, betrayal, friendship, brotherhood, regret, love—and hope. It’s about how, even when confronted with such enormous tragedy, hope never dies.
- Deacon St. John – Play as Deacon St. John, a bounty hunter facing a brutal struggle for survival while searching for a reason to live.
- Threats – In addition to hostile drifters, marauders, and militia, Deacon must face a wilderness overrun by dangerous and evolving Freakers. As with any living creature, Freakers eat, drink, hibernate and build nests, behaviors that Deacon must learn and adapt to.
- A Harsh Open World – Using the power of PlayStation®4 and Unreal Engine 4, Days Gone offers an incredibly realistic and detailed open-world experience. Immerse yourself in vast and hostile environments, and explore their secrets. Search abandoned vehicles, houses, truck stops and towns as you scavenge for resources. But be careful— day and night cycles, along with dynamic weather systems, all affect gameplay and enemy behavior.
Days Gone officially launches exclusively for the PlayStation 4 on April 26, 2019.
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