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Days Gone for PS4 delayed to 2019

Biker zombie horror game was once planned for this year

Days Gone - the main character Deacon creeps past his downed motorcycle with his pistol drawn
Days Gone
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Sony Bend’s open-world action game set in a post-pandemic world, Days Gone, never had an officially announced release date, but it’s now confirmed that the game won’t make its way to PlayStation 4 until 2019.

Days Gone was certainly expected to hit sometime in 2018, but the game page on the PlayStation website was recently updated with a 2019 release window. We’ve reached out to Sony for comment on the game’s delay.

A Sony representative confirmed the delay in a statement to USgamer, but provided no further details or explanation for it.

Sony announced Days Gone in 2016 at that year’s E3. The game is set in the high desert of the Pacific Northwest and players will take on the role of Deacon St. John, a mercenary and motorcycle club officer fighting for survival amid a zombie pandemic. Our most recent look at the game came at E3 2017. Days Gone has been in development since early 2015.

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