Days Gone for PC: official release date announced by Sony, new trailer

Days Gone for PC: official release date announced by Sony, new trailer

Days Gone for PC

Days Gone finally has a release date on PC, officially announced by Sony: the game will be available on Steam and Epic Games Store starting May 18.

A few days from details on improvements and features of Days Gone on PC, here is the news we have all been waiting for, accompanied by a new trailer and the post by Kevin McAllister of Bend Studio, which we report below.

Days Gone is coming to PC! We can't wait for more and more players to immerse themselves in the epic journey of Deacon St. John, once an outlaw biker and now a stray and bounty hunter, committed to surviving in a post-apocalyptic open world where danger lurks everywhere.

Days Gone, Deacon riding the faithful motorcycle. Explore the vast High Desert of the Pacific Northwest on your trusty stray motorcycle. Drive past collapsed bridges, inspect abandoned vehicles, avoid traps and find the exit from blocked tunnels. Find supplies inside dilapidated buildings to craft a variety of items, then barter them in villages to prepare for your journey through a haunted, ever-changing environment.

We're delighted to be able to show you a preview of Days Gone on PC with our feature trailer. Take a look at what features you'll find on PC when you launch Days Gone for the first time, starting May 18, 2021. Days Gone is already available for pre-purchase from several digital retailers, including Steam and the Epic Games Store.

Our team has worked hard to ensure that all players, both new and old, have a unique experience with Days Gone on PC. Here are the added features we showed in the trailer:

You can't escape this world

Mow down a relentless horde at the Old Sawmill with the ultra-wide 21: 9 monitor mount. The unlocked framerate further enriches the various enemies of this hostile open world, including humans, wild animals and the feral creatures known as Furious. Combat with hordes of up to 500 Furious has never felt so real.

Be in control

Travel through the wilds of Farewell by trying out new visual customization options, including increased level of detail and foliage view distance, as well as various enhancements . Play Days Gone on your terms. Use original or third-party controllers, or walk the Dead Road using your mouse and keyboard.

Photo Mode

Capture the detailed and realistic world of Days Gone with the new ultra-high resolution photo mode. Share your shots with us through Bend Studio's social channels: Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Amaze us with your works!

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‘Days Gone’ hits Steam and Epic Games Store on May 19th

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