Fans agree with them in that Days Gone 2 holds so much unrealized potential and is therefore such an underutilized title.
Fans of Days Gone have expressed that nothing is as dispiriting as untapped potential.
Rumors surrounding Days Gone 2 have circulated for quite some time now, prompting fans to speculate and speculate again earlier this year when Bend Studio released a teaser of another game which seemed promising – yet no sequel could ever possibly appear anytime soon! Bend Studios wasn’t hinting that their sequel might ever materialize though as its unlikely that such an announcement will ever materialise any time soon.
Days Gone wasn’t exactly an awful video game; rather it wasn’t amazing either. As far as video game go though, Days Gone wasn’t revolutionary; its features could never match those found in The Last of Us II or similar open world titles.
One Redditor said of the game, stating it as average but worthy of being continued a sequel: it contained many unique elements and was probably one of the best zombie titles released recently, going so far as playing through again right this moment!
While typical_gamer1 took an alternative approach by detailing spoilers for all to view in order to express his/her sentiments: “Given that these creatures still pose a significant threat, and one character in particular turned out to be one as part of an unexpected plot twist ending, yes there’s enough material here for another sequel!”
Given the age of Days Gone, spoilers such as these shouldn’t really impact you. Should they leave you shocked however, our only recourse would be apologising… and moving on.
Leave jokes aside for now; consider this fact: the game still costs PS39.99 on Steam despite its poor reviews and sales performance; had this been such an awful game, its price would have quickly decreased over time but instead has managed to remain the same; such is its staying power that its price serves only to mock what could have been.
One fan pointed out the undisputed reality that much worse games tend to get sequels; we won’t name and shame, but everyone at GAMINGbible can easily think of an example where a game should have been left forgotten after its initial release but received another appearance anyway.
At some point in time – likely after most of us have retired – someone will remember that Days Gone 2 deserves to exist and will help alter history’s path.
Before that day arrives – should it ever arrive – fans can relive memories by playing it again on current-gen consoles or PC.