PlayStation Website: Days Gone releasing in 2019 [Update: Confirmed]

Discussion in 'Video Games' started by Grizzly, Mar 9, 2018.

  1. #51
    Sony giving them too much time what gives

    I know its a brand new IP by Bend Studio and it's their first current gen game but still it's only single player
  2. fantomena

    fantomena Member

    Yeah that's exactly it.
  3. Brotherhood93

    Brotherhood93 Member

    Considering the other Sony games coming this year I don't think this is a big deal. It will be 6 years without putting out a game for Bend though, reckon they will be history if it doesn't see strong sales.
  4. alexbull_uk

    alexbull_uk Member

    Aw, I’m looking forward to it.
  5. Mikey Jr.

    Mikey Jr. Member

    My Canadian Amazon order was also delayed to 2019.
  6. Kolx

    Kolx Member

    The game needs some more work and won't survive the end of the year slaughter. Q1 2019 would be perfect for the game.
  7. ReginOfFire

    ReginOfFire Member

    you joke but it actually is that!
  8. PlanetSmasher

    PlanetSmasher God of Dream Destruction Moderator

    Yup. Days Gone is done if that happens.
  9. chrisPjelly

    chrisPjelly Member

    Ehhh, if this releases close to TLoU2, then that will only highlight how derivative it is
  10. RulkezX

    RulkezX Member

    GoW is out in a month so dunno how that falls into a "good ps4 got too many games" narrative.
  11. yuoke

    yuoke Member

    So TLOU2 confirmed for 2021 then?
  12. Hate

    Hate Member

    They’re waiting for zombies to become popular when RDR2 releases its zombie dlc.

    Too many competition actually. It’s not just games on PS4 it competing with but games on Xbox and Switch as well.
  13. Kenzodielocke

    Kenzodielocke Member

    Sounds like bullshit logic to me personally.
  14. Guymelef

    Guymelef Member

    Really, listen this guy, somebody told him it via twitter.
  15. Fiel

    Fiel Member

    I can see this will be on around HZD date next year. Seems fit and avoid RDR2 altogether.
  16. Kusagari

    Kusagari Member

    Makes sense.

    It will be their January-April game next year.
  17. RulkezX

    RulkezX Member

  18. Bishop89

    Bishop89 Member

    2 zombie games next year. Fascinating
  19. ZhugeEX

    ZhugeEX 诸葛亮 - 卧龙 Administrator

    It's quite the opposite tbh.
  20. JetSetRadio

    JetSetRadio Member

    Let it cook.
  21. fantomena

    fantomena Member

    How? If Days Gone releases Q1 and TLOU2 Q3/Q4. How is Days Gone done?
  22. irishonion

    irishonion Member

    Glad it's having time in oven to hopefully separate it self from other games. I like the main character, so I'll probably buy it.

    However, I don't want to see it at E3.
  23. Machine Law

    Machine Law Member

    Not that I was looking forward to it anyway. Ghost of Tsushima when?
  24. SRTtoZ

    SRTtoZ Member

    In fine with waiting as long as you don't show this at e3. It's been shown enough.
  25. HStallion

    HStallion Member

    I'm not that surprised, Sony already has a pretty full slate this year though I admit releasing Days Gone in the same year as The Last of Us 2 seems like not the best decision. I also realize they are very different kinds of games but they're close enough in overall aesthetic and the audience that I see them releasing on opposite ends of the year.
  26. Dewin

    Dewin Member

    Good, enough time for them to port the game to the Decima engine.
  27. fantomena

    fantomena Member

    Stable and progressive development?
  28. 10k

    10k Member

    They're last game came shipped December 2011 (Golden Abyss in Japan, was held off for February 2012 Western launch).

    They've essentially been working on this or prototypes of this thing for six years or so. It'll be seven years by 2019.

    This is MGS V Kojima territory lol
  29. StuBurns

    StuBurns Member

    No. I think they'll hot drop the open beta during the E3 conference, announce it for October and it'll slip to next year, but at least it's still currently '2018'.

    I do think MediEvil will make it though, despite nothing having been seen of it.
  30. #80
    Yet the zombie games and modes sell like crazy.
  31. Chamber

    Chamber Member

    General audience only has a $60 budget per year on games, haven't you heard?
  32. Arty of the Abyss

    Arty of the Abyss Banned Member

    If they're spread apart nah
  33. disaster

    disaster Member

    Just as I guessed. The q4 period burns like hell. The best time for this game is 2019 q1.
  34. MilesQ

    MilesQ Member

    So it's just a coincidence that it was being pimped as a 2018 game in January and after SoD2 debuts again, the game is delayed?

    Sure buddy. Sure.
  35. patapon

    patapon Member

  36. CrazyAndy

    CrazyAndy Member

    Shadow of the Colossus, God of War, Detroit and Spider-Man in 2018

    And then Days Gone, The Last of Us Part 2, Dreams, and maybe Death Stranding (lol) in 2019?

    Not too bad.
  37. bombshell

    bombshell Member

    No, they have not.
  38. #88
    That is not how it works, lol.
  39. ZhugeEX

    ZhugeEX 诸葛亮 - 卧龙 Administrator

    In that they're ahead of milestones in relation to the release date.
  40. #90
    When even Call of Duty feels the urge to suddenly release one month sooner than usual, it's pretty telling about what it would means to launch a new IP like this one under the shadow of RDR2.

    Days Gone will comfortably release early 2019 like Horizon in 2017 and God of War in 2018, with Bend Studio having all the time to polish.
  41. 10k

    10k Member

    Interesting. Are they just a small team then? Because this is a long development cycle for what looks to be a standard open world zombie game.
  42. Rosur

    Rosur Member

    March 2019?
  43. #93
    I’m fine with this. Hoping Tsushima is still 2018
  44. AndyVirus

    AndyVirus Member

    Days Gone Feb, Ghost of Tsushima April, Last of Us June. Let's go.

    Still think Days Gone being any where near Last of Us is bad news.
  45. Jasong7777

    Jasong7777 Member

    Not surprised.
  46. #96
    Listen to Negan.

    Thank you.
  47. digitalrelic

    digitalrelic Member

    This screams "January/February 2019 title" to me. It's a perfect fit for that tier of game.

    And then TLoU2 would release Summer 2019 so there would be plenty of time between them.
  48. v_iHuGi

    v_iHuGi Member

    Good, February 2019 like Horizon, there's a big problem though, it's called "Ghost of Tsushima" which probably had that spot.
  49. AngelOFDeath

    AngelOFDeath Member

    Scared of RDR2?

    Crazy how long its been since game first announced, this is Sony's Crackdown.
  50. StuBurns

    StuBurns Member

    Still? When was it ever? No chance.