In an interview, the CEO of PlayStation Jim Ryan revealed that Days Gone is getting a PC version. And that’s not all: in the near future, other PlayStation games for the PC will also be released.
Days Gone coming to PC
Today it was announced that the open-world title Days Gone will be released for the PC in the course of spring. This was revealed by the PlayStation chief Jim Ryan in an interview with the magazine GQ. This means that after Horizon Zero Dawn, the second exclusive title will be ported to the PC.
And it will obviously not stop there. In addition, Ryan revealed that more games are to be brought to the PC. So far, it is completely unknown which titles are involved.
In any case, the PC port from Horizon Zero Dawn was more than worth it. The dystopian adventure sold an estimated 716,000 times within the first month, making it almost as successful as the PC version of The Witcher 3. A good reason to offer more games for the PC.
Days Gone was released on April 26, 2019, exclusively for the PS4 and, thanks to the backward compatibility, can also be played on the PS5 with several improvements. A dynamic 4K resolution with 60 frames per second awaits you there. You can also transfer your save game file to the PS4 version. On the PC, the end-of-time adventure will probably shine with even better performance. By the way, starting next month you can look forward to free games that Sony would like to bring you joy with.
In Days Gone you take control of a former outlaw biker named Deacon St. John, who is fighting his way through a post-apocalyptic world that has been overrun by so-called freaks. But other survivors, as well as a wide variety of animal species, pose a serious threat in the open game world.