It’s been quite some time since the development team, Bend Studio, started up the groundwork for their upcoming title, Days Gone. We’ve been patiently waiting and dealing with the various delays it received pushing the launch date further back. However, the development team can rest easy as their title is finally at its gold stage. Announced through their Twitter social media page, Bend Studio has got their Days Gone video game at a point where developers are now able to start printing the games to disc. This is a big moment for any development studio and for those who may not be aware of just what a game going gold is all about then this essentially means that we’re not going to see anymore delays.
Our team has done it! #DaysGone has gone gold.
It’s been quite the ride and we can’t wait for you experience our game on April 26. pic.twitter.com/xnD5VTnbew
— Bend Studio #DaysGone (@BendStudio) March 9, 2019
Gamers can mark their calendars as April 26, 2019, will be the date in which Days Gone will finally hit the marketplace. We’re sure that there is still plenty of working being done like most video game releases, its bound to have a patch for day one users. But the main game is ready for gamers. Just as a refresher, Days Gone is an open world horror title that puts players into a bleak world full of undead.
Humanity has crumbled down to small factions and players take on the role of a bounty hunter named Deacon St. John. Deacon is on the road and will likely encounter a number of survivors looking for assistance when dealing with the zombie-like creatures that freely roam the world. This is a Sony PlayStation 4 exclusive as well so if you don’t own a PlayStation 4 by now then this exclusive title could offer just enough gameplay and entertainment to sway you over Sony’s way.
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