Days Gone

Esquire Middle East - - GAMING -

In the cur­rent gen­er­a­tion of con­soles, post-apoc­a­lyp­tic zom­bie shoot­ers don’t do well in the al­ready sat­u­rated gam­ing world. How­ever, Days Gone seeks to prove that the genre is still rel­e­vant.

You play as Dea­con, a re­bel­lious biker nav­i­gat­ing through a multi-geo­graph­i­cal dystopia where hu­mans are as dan­ger­ous as those in­fected.the game’s cre­ative di­rec­tor John Garvin stated that the world of Days Gone has its own ecosys­tem of capri­cious cli­mates that run on a day/night cy­cle, which play­ers have to learn in or­der to sur­vive the on­slaught of var­i­ous en­e­mies. And of course, the sand­box game­play will al­low the free­dom for you to charge in guns blaz­ing or lure a zom­bie horde into an en­emy ma­rauder camp.

Out in April. Ex­clu­sively on Plays­ta­tion 4.

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