Days Gone will now release on 26th April 2019 instead of its previous release date in February.
It's probably for the best. As well as gaining a couple of extra months in development, Days Gone's previous release date would have seen it launch directly against Anthem, Crackdown 3 and Metro Exodus.
The post-apocalyptic motorbike and don't-call-them-zombies game has been rattling around Sony's release slate for the past few years and was at one point due to launch in 2018. It's not a huge delay, but developer Bend Studio said it will "take the oppurtunity to further polish Days Gone".
Days Gone will swerve its gritty bike tyres onto PlayStation 4 on 22nd February 2019, developer Sony Bend Studio has just announced.
The post-apocalyptic motorcycle-riding undead gritty-em-up was originally announced two years ago, back at E3 2016, in a cloud of Freakers (don't call them zombies) and petrol. Here's a new trailer:
Sony has chosen to drop the release date ahead of E3 2018 week as part of its five-day lead-up to the event itself. There, we're expecting to find out yet more about Days Gone, in its third consecutive gritty showing. Gritty.
PlayStation 4 motorbikes and zombies game Days Gone, which pops up in conferences but never seems to get much further, has been pushed to 2019.
Sony Bend has given us another look at biker zombie apocalypse Days Gone, for PS4.
We finally know what Sony's Bend Studio - former home of Syphon Filter and the Vita Uncharted games - has been up to recently. It's making an epic, cinematic, post-apocalyptic survival game with a biker hero called Days Gone.