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Days Gone will arrive on PC in mid-May

Days Gone now has an official release date for PC. The game is coming to Steam and the Epic Games Store on May 18th. The survival horror, of which you can read our review ...
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Days Gone coming to PC this Spring

The coverage of Jim Ryan's interview with GQ Magazine continues. After revealing the very first details about the upcoming PS VR and discussing the postponement of Gran Turismo 7, the head of Sony Interactive ...
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Days Gone - New free game modes

Good news for all happy Days Gone owners. The title of Sie Bend Studio exclusively for Playstation 4, in short, will consist of some new free game modes. There will be...

Days Gone enters Gold

Bend Studio announced via Twitter that the development of Days Gone has ended and has therefore entered the Gold phase. The open world suvival set in post-apocalyptic Oregon is therefore in the pipeline. "Our...
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Days Gone, the new trailer shows the importance of the bike

Days Gone developer SIE Bend Studio has started releasing a series of videos focusing on the bleak world in the game and what you'll need to do to survive. In the last video ...

Phil Spencer would like to continue development of the Killer Instinct series

In a recent interview for the DroppedFrames podcast, Xbox boss Phil Spencer started an interesting conversation about Killer Instinct, the fighting series ...

Space Jam: A New Legacy tie-in game announced

Last December, Warner Bros. and Xbox announced the start of a game design contest, where participants were expected to design and submit the ...

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