If you are interested in purchasing the recently launched Days Gone PC edition of the once PlayStation exclusive zombie apocalypse, adventure game. You may be interested in a new performance and technical review by the team over at Digital Foundry comparing the PC and PlayStation 5 versions for your viewing pleasure.
“Ride and fight into a deadly, post pandemic America. Play as Deacon St. John, a drifter and bounty hunter who rides the broken road, fighting to survive while searching for a reason to live in this open-world action-adventure game.”
“Bend Studio bring their excellent PS4/PS4 Pro title over to PC – and the results are very impressive. Join Alex Battaglia for a detailed breakdown of Days Gone on PC: how it improves over the console version, performance analysis, optimised settings and much, much more.”
Features of the now available Days Gone PC Edition include :
– A striking setting: From forests and meadows, to snowy plains and desert lava fields, the Pacific Northwest is both beautiful and lethal. Explore a variety of mountains, caves, mines and small rural towns, scarred by millions of years of volcanic activity.
– Brutal encounters: With vicious gangs and hordes of Freakers roaming the land, you’ll need to make full use of a variety of customizable traps, weapons, and upgradable skills to stay alive. Don’t forget your Drifter bike, an invaluable tool in a vast land.
– An ever-changing environment: Jump on the saddle of Deacon’s trusty motorbike and explore a dynamic world dramatically affected by the weather, a dramatic day/night cycle and the evolving Freakers, who adjust to their surroundings – and the people in it.
– A compelling story: Lose yourself in a powerful tale of desperation, betrayal and regret, as Deacon St. John searches for hope after suffering a deep, personal loss. What makes us human when faced with the daily struggle for survival?