Days Gone Gets 7 Minutes of Gameplay Footage During E3 2017

Days Gone gets tons of new gameplay footage during Sony's E3 2017 presser.

June 12, 2017

Today, during Sony Interactive Entertainment’s E3 2017 press conference  Days Gone, an open-world action-adventure game with some survival horror elements from SIE Bend Studio, received a healthy slab of gameplay footage (7 minutes to be exact), and notably no release date.

First announced at PSX 2016, Days Gone is in development as a PS4 exclusive by Sony in-house studio, SIE Bend Studio (commonly referred to as Sony Bend). The game is set to be the first IP created by the developer since Syphon Filter in 1999, and will be the studio’s first game since 2010 (aka it’s been a long-time-coming).


As briefly mentioned above, Days Gone is an open-world action-adventure game that is set to two years after a devastating global pandemic. In the game you play as Deacon St. John, a bounty hunter facing a brutal struggle for survival, and who is searching for a reason to live.

Days Gone is in development for PS4 and is currently without a release date. Below, you can check the new footage:

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