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PS4 Exclusive ‘Days Gone’ Has Delayed Into 2019

Days Gone, the epic PS4 exclusive from SIE Bend, which we often see in PlayStation Media Showcase has been delayed. The game which we first saw at E3 2016 will be skipping 2018.

Sadly, dear CoinDroppers, Days Gone, the PS4 exclusive that has been on everyone’s radar since 2016 has been pushed into a new year. Confirmed by Sony over at Eurogamer, the game will no longer make the list of PS4 Exclusives in 2018. But never fear, the list for 2019 now has a stellar title to start the list off with! As we’ve said many times, delays are never fun, but at the end of the day, they only help make the game better. And since this game has just gotten a hefty year long delay, it must have been for a good reason, and one that will likely expand the scope of the game as well.

The action game from the guys of SIE Bend Studios is a big title for the team. It’s not only the first new IP from the team since Syphon Filter, but also the first console game they’ve released since (technically) 2010. I only say technically because that game originally released on the PSP, so it only sort of counts.

For now it seems, we will have to just keep waiting to find out more about Deacon and how he makes it in a world that has been destroyed by this pandemic.

For more information on Days Gone, check out the official website here.

Take a look at the E3 footage shown at last years show, and stay tuned for more info on the game as it becomes available. Let us know what you think about this news in the comments below.

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By | 2018-03-09T15:58:30+00:00 March 9th, 2018|Featured, feed, News|0 Comments

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