Sony Interactive Entertainment has announced a new release date for some of their upcoming first-party projects includes Days Gone.
Days Gone was confirmed to release in February 2019 but it has been further delayed to April 26, 2019, as announced by Sony today. According to the official blog post revealing this delay, this was done to give Sony Bend time to ‘further polish’ the game.
The other major projects that have now a release window include Concrete Genie and Everybody’s Golf for Spring 2019. Meanwhile, From Software’s first project for the PlayStation VR is Déraciné, which will be out on November 6th, 2018 exclusively for the PS4.
Days Gone was initially rumored for a release in 2018 but it was later officially announced to launch on February 22, 2019. The new delay pushes the date forward to April and gives it two additional months of development which will be used to polish the game.
Days Gone is an open world survival horror game from Sony Interactive Entertainment’s Bend Studio. It was originally revealed at E3 2016. The game is set in a survival horror post-apocalyptic world where the infected roam while secret cults and gangs have formed.
Days Gone uses Unreal Engine 4 to craft a dynamic open world with day and night cycle. It will be available exclusively on the PS4 on April 26, 2019.