PS4 Exclusive Days Gone’s Release Date Announced with New Trailer

Sony Interactive Entertainment announced the release date for its first-party PS4 game Days Gone, coming in February 2019

on June 7, 2018 11:06 AM

As promised a few days ago, Sony Interactive Entertainment announced the release date of Sony Interactive Entertainment Bend Studios’ Days Gone during a pre-E3 livestream.

The game will launch exclusively for PS4 on February 22nd, 2019, which isn’t too far off all things considered.

The game was announced at E3 2016, and then recently delayed to 2019. At long last now we know when we’ll be able to explore its vast Unreal Engine 4-powered open world

You can check out a new trailer, alongside the full livestream that showcased some new gameplay, and a few lovely screenshots, just below. The gameplay includes the protagonist’s motorbike, that basically works as a companion on the road.

Incidentally, we also see that freakers aren’t the only threat for the player, as we’ll have to face wildlife like cougars and infected ravens as well. There’s also the Rest In Peace cult that worships freakers to the point of dressing up like them. They’re commonly called Rippers, and they refuse to harm freakers.

At some point, the game should become available for pre-order on Amazon, but in the meanwhile, you can enjoy the footage below.

And yes, the original article had a Concrete Genie image. You could say that my prediction was wrong.

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