Days Gone Gets New TV Commercial Just Before Launch
Days Gone receives a new TV Commercial trailer that leaves us wondering who Deacon's final bullet is for?
Days Gone by Bend Studios is right around the corner releasing exclusively for PS4 on April 26 and today the studio has unearthed a new 30-second TV spot for the game titled “One Bullet.” Since we know that Days Gone has gone gold, this will now be one of the final marketing pushes from Bend Studio on the lead up to its big launch.
In the short trailer, we see Deacon St. John gripping a gun that holds only one bullet and we are left to wonder who that bullet is for – The strong, the weak, or the helpless? We see Deacon sitting in the middle of the road surrounded by dead corpses, including a dead zombiefied wolf so it looks like he had quite the showdown beforehand. The trailer then goes on to show an elderly freaker walking towards him and as she looks like she’s about to rip Deacon’s head off, he hears a massive horde of freakers start to run up behind him. With only one bullet in his gun’s chamber, how will this situation end for him?
As with so many games like Marvel’s Spider-Man, the amazing Horizon Zero Dawn, and God of War – Days Gone will thankfully have a photo mode at launch, allowing players to capture some nail-biting zombie action at its finest straight off the bat.
You can read more about Days Gone during our time at PAX East 2019 in Boston where DualShockers got some hands-on time with the title that included a demo offering two missions to try out. You can also take a look at why we think Days Gone has the potential to be more than just another zombie game, right here.
Days Gone is will release towards the end of this month on April 26, exclusively for PS4. If you’d like to pre-order the game ahead of that time, you can currently do so over on Amazon.
Check out the Days Gone – One Bullet TV Commercial for PS4, below:
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