First PS5 exclusive teased as director hints at a sequel to major PS4 hit
Next year Sony fans will be able to feast their eyes on the company’s brand-new next generation PlayStation console.
Which, incidentally, might come in November 2020 , if a successful leaker is to be believed.
In addition to what the PS5 will look like and what specs it will have, fans are desperate to know what games they will be able to buy.
One of the games which may be available in the future, is a sequel to Days Gone. A Days Gone 2 possibly?
The action-adventure survival horror game was developed for PlayStation 4, and finally came out on April 26, 2019.
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The first Days Gone game left plenty of story potential for a sequel, so we wouldn’t be surprised if a new one was in the cards.
Because, despite receiving an underwhelming critical perception, it sold well amongst the fanbase.
And according to Sony Bend studio director Chris Reece, a Days Gone sequel could actually happen.
He told Games Radar: “Oh yeah, it is certainly a passion of ours, and that’s what we’ve always wanted to do.
“This is a world that we want to keep breathing more life into and explore many, many different avenues. So who knows, we’ll see!”
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That said, even though Sony Bend is up for it, it matters even more if PlayStation want to make a follow-up.
So it remains to be seen if it actually materialises in the future.
But rumours of a Days Gone sequel already being in production started swirling last month.
The Senior Lighting Lead at Bend Studio changed his LinkedIn profile to say: “I lead the Lighting team on Days Gone and am now involved in preproduction planning for our next title.”
The amount of time it takes to create a sequel would mean it would probably come out on PS5 sometime in the future.
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