Yesterday Sony shared the excellent result of Ghost of Tsushima, meanwhile unexpectedly also the developers responsible for Days Gone took the floor. Jeff Ross claims that the production has become more successful, however players cannot wait for a continuation.
Ghost of Tsushima has sold over 8 million copies , and the considerable interest in Jin Sakai’s adventures is undoubtedly a great success of the new IP. Sony boasts of the result, so we can expect the continuation of the story – but the issue of Days Gone is definitely different, which reportedly beat the indicated result, but was thrown into the drawer.
It seems that the developers still cannot come to terms with the decisions of the SIE authorities – Jeff Ross, the director of the title, said on Twitter that Bend Studio had better sales, but the team did not celebrate a great success.
In response to the comments, the creator left no illusions that the journalists’ opinions could be a problem – Days Gone debuted with a lot of errors that were pointed out in the reviews. Shortly after the premiere, materials showing the list of bugs appeared, which resulted in considerable criticism of the production.
John Garvin is of a similar opinion, who believes that the media contributed to the current state of IP … At the same time, the writer of Days Gone does not hide that during the premiere we had to deal with numerous shortcomings.
We know that the new Days Gone is not being created , but the position has a large community, so it remains to be hoped that Sony will someday decide to return the Deacon story.