Days Gone Delayed Again, Now Out April 2019

Alonzo Simpson
October 21, 2018

Days Gone has been a divisive and polarizing title, with many seeing it as potentially derivative.

Originally schedule to launch on February 22, 2019, you're going to have to wait a little bit longer to get your hands on Bend Studio's upcoming PlayStation exclusive title. With general hype levels not almost as high for Days Gone as past PS4 exclusives-like God of War, Detroit: Become Human, or Spider-Man-it makes sense that Sony would want to move the game to a less crowded release window to allow it to breathe. Now it won't be released until April 26.

Days Gone is a post-apocalyptic thriller set in America's Pacific Northwest. Players will adventure through shattered landscapes while riding out not only dynamic weather cycles but also attacks from humans, hungry wildlife, and the ravenous "Freakers" alike. Several games had pegged the date for their own release, including the highly anticipated BioWare shooter Anthem.

April seems to be a solid release month for Sony anyway, who found great success launching God of War on April 20th of this year.

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PS4 owners have been given even more bad news by Sony.

In addition to getting out of a whirlwind of competition, Bend also says that it'll be using this extra time to polish the game some more before it reaches the masses. That title went on to break several sales records for Sony, the PS4, and the GOW franchise, so Days Gone should, at the very least, get a decent turnout. Luckily, Sony Bend now has a lot of time to help convince PS4 owners why Days Gone is worth playing.

PlayStation 4 exclusive Days Gone has been delayed once again and will now land in stores April 26th, 2019, two months later than previously announced.

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