Since Bloomberg’s revelations of the very likely death in the bud in a Days Gone sequel, players have stepped forward and tongues loosened.
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For John Garvin, players who claim a sequel to Days Gone should have it bought on day one with a full pot. The co-director, screenwriter and creative director of the adventures of Deacon St. John spoke in just over four hours of discussion with David Jaffe, the father of God of War, who welcomed him there a few days ago on his YouTube channel.
The Ex-Bend Studio, interviewed in the same way as its colleague Jeff Ross earlier last week and clearly confirming that it was fired because of its personality not very suitable for large-scale projects and teams, seemed very excited about the sudden interest in it upset at being a title that shouldn’t have a follow-up.
I have an opinion that might interest your audience as much as they can piss off more than one. If you like a game, you pay pretty damn full price for it. How many times have I read players saying, “Yes, I put it on sale, I got it from PS Plus, etc.”?
Jaffe responds to this with a very brief question: How do you know if you like a game before you’ve played it? that he
You can’t, that’s right. But don’t complain if a game doesn’t have a sequel when it wasn’t supported for launch. I mean, god of war, if I hadn’t known how many millions of copies were sold in its publication, not Days Gone. I’m talking about my experience as a developer, I don’t work for Sony, I don’t know the numbers. I can tell you that while developing Siphon Filter Dark Mirror we got fucked because the piracy was huge and Sony didn’t understand the impact on sales. You have been shown the torrent links. One torrent site had over 200,000 copies of Dark Mirror downloaded if I remember correctly. I was very nervous, it was money that was pulled out of my pocket. I think passion for a game isn’t as important as buying it at full price. Because when you did this, you supported the developers directly.
It is reminded that if his point of view is widespread, we should also not forget certain facts: buying a game is an important obligation, more than 70 dollars, and we can always encounter unpleasant surprises on the side of the target. This was the case with Days Gone. Apart from its real qualities, its condition at the start was not perfect, as our dear Rami found in his TEST. For my part, long after its release and on PS5, it has become my favorite open world, made at PlayStation Studios.
I saw the sign
And because the players’ voices need to be heard, a petition was submitted Change.org for Sony to give Days Gone 2 a chance. Thousands of people sign up every day. With the help of Jeff Ross, it is approaching 50,000 signatories as of this writing. But how many did Days Gone buy for the start and deal with Garvin?
– Jeff Ross (@JakeRocket) April 16, 2021
For PC gamers, keep in mind that Days Gone will be joining them on May 18th with an unlocked frame rate and compatibility with 21: 9 wide notches. The minimum and recommended configurations can be found in this article.