Days Gone Turns Into Adorable Miniature World with Tiny Freakers
Days Gone has been captured and turned into a cute and tiny world using the magic of Tilt-shift.
It’s been over two years since Bend Studio released Days Gone for the PS4 and in that time the action-adventure survival horror starring Deacon St. John has already been adapted to PC and upgraded to PS5 allowing its world to become that little bit more intense.
Even though the game received mixed reviews and an unsuccessful sequel pitch to Sony, Days Gone has accumulated hordes (pardon the pun) of fans across the globe who adore its open-world environments and narrative.
As we wait to find out what Bend Studios have up their sleeve in their next new IP, one fan has decided to give its dangerous and gritty world a different take by capturing it as a tiny world which makes it look much less daunting!
Youtube creator Flurdeh has created a series called The Beauty of Video Games which focuses on the environment, life and characters in games that also acts as their love letter to them. In the videos, Flurdeh uses Tilt-shift photography which is the process of different camera movements that change the orientation and alters the focal plane of the image, but the shift effect alters an image’s perspective.
As you can see in Flurdeh’s Days Gone video, they are able to make the entire environment look like a birds-eye view of a miniature world and I’m here for it all. It looks so inviting and appealing that you almost forget that this is actually set in a post-apocalyptic period. Watching all of its little inhabitants wandering around and even those scary freakers would make anyone go “Awwww, that’s really cute!”.
If you like the look of this video, you’ll love Flurdeh’s other creations they have done that include a tiny Cyberpunk World and a tiny Assassin’s Creed Origins. Check all of those out right here.