With the lack of upcoming heavy hitting PlayStation 4 exclusives, and the announcement of PSX 2018 not happening this year, Sony has made a decision to quickly discuss and give an update for four titles that'll be launching on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR soon. When Days Gone was first announced, it seemed like Sony Interactive Entertainment was throwing games on the wall to see what stuck, and another post-apocalyptic, third-person survival action game did the job.
Then, Qizilbash went on describing the title and reminding us why we should be eagerly waiting for its launch.
Days Gone is an upcoming open-world action game, exclusive to the PlayStation 4. Days Gone was on the list too, and it was here that they announced the new delay. Two of those titles as PSVR-only, leading some to wonder if these games, Ghosts of Tsushima and TLOU are part of the PS4's final wave. Check back with us near the release date for our coverage and review of the game.
The other major projects that have now a release window include Concrete Genie and Everybody's Golf for Spring 2019.
Sony also notes that this delay will provide Sony Bend with further time to polish the game, which has been in full production since January 2015. Players will be playing as Deacon St. John, a former outlaw-turned drifter and bounty hunter who prefers life on the road to wilderness encampments. Days Gone was initially set for this date alongside 4A Games' Metro: Exodus and Bioware's Anthem. It's open world, and by looking at the trailers, you will see that you can even set traps and craft items and use different strategies to achieve the end goal.