With Days Gone less than two weeks away from launching, there’s been a steady flow of information over these past weeks, and now we’ve at last got a look at the install size for the upcoming Bend Studio title, which will be 67 GB.
While it’s definitely chunky, and will probably require some to clear out some room on their PS4s, the install size isn’t ridiculously huge, and players can start the game after 27 GB has downloaded.
The size isn’t too surprising given the scope of the game. The narrative-heavy zombie survival horror already looks spectacular, and has been touted as having hours of cutscenes and a photo mode, so you know this will be a good-looking game.
This information comes from the German site Playfront along with a few other notes about the game. Namely, of the day one patch, Update 1.02, which will there to fix some minor bugs. Another thing worth mentioning is the embargo. So if you’re the type who likes to read reviews before you buy a game, you’ll have to wait until April 25.
If you want to know more about Days Gone you can read the official synopsis below:
“Set in the beautiful, volcanic scarred high-desert of the Pacific Northwest, Days Gone is an open-world action-adventure game where you play as Deacon St. John, a Drifter and bounty hunter who would rather risk the dangers of the broken road than live in one of the “safe” wilderness encampments.
The game takes place two years after a global pandemic has killed almost everyone, but transformed millions of others into what survivors call Freakers – mindless, feral creatures, more animal than human but very much alive and quickly evolving… Skills learned in his prior life as an outlaw biker have given Deacon a slight edge in the seemingly never-ending fight to stay alive. But will it be enough?”
Days Gone will release later this month on April 26 exclusively for PS4. You can also watch the latest trailer down below, a TV commercial that shows protagonist Deacon St. John overrun by Freakers as he decides how to use his last bullet.
Source:: Daily times