Days Gone studio is apparently dealing with another IP
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Days Gone engineer Bend Studio is chipping away at a pristine idea, as per the head of PlayStation Worldwide Studios.
A tweet recently from the authority Bend Studio Twitter account uncovered that they’re recruiting for a record of new situations across craftsmanship, plan, and administrator jobs. Herman Hulst, head of PlayStation Worldwide Studios, then, at that point answered to the first tweet, proposing that Bend Studio is chipping away at a shiny new IP, indicating that these new jobs would be dealing with said new idea.
This is the principal information on advancements at Bend Studio since a report recently in April. At that point, a report from Bloomberg uncovered that Bend Studio had attempted, and fizzled, to pitch Sony on a Days Gone continuation, which offered setting to the first game’s inventive chief and lead author both having left the studio over the past couple of months.
This report likewise claimed that Bend Studio had, at one phase, been fostering another Uncharted game, despite the fact that were done dealing with it. It’s not satisfactory what happened to that proposed Uncharted continuation, however we do now realize that Bend Studio seems, by all accounts, to be chipping away at a fresh out of the plastic new IP all things being equal.
Days Gone was one of the most mind-blowing selling rounds of 2019, when it initially dispatched on the PS4. The zombie ghastliness game would then show up on PC in the next year in 2020, as a feature of Sony’s push to bring a greater amount of their first-party selective games to a shiny new crowd on PC. The proposed Days Gone spin-off may never come around however, despite the fact that its innovative chief uncovered it would’ve included a common online world.
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