Days Gone is almost upon us, and anticipation is building for Sony’s newest first-party exclusive. The pseudo-zombie survival game is set in an open world, and it packs some seriously impressive tech, with the number of foes on screen at any one time setting a new benchmark for console games. Here’s what you need to know about how much Days Gone costs.
How Does Days Gone Costs
Early scuttlebutt is that the main story will take you around 30 hours to complete, and there are numerous side quests and a metric ton of open world activities to get lost in as you try to survive in the Pacific Northwest.
If you are planning on picking up the game at launch, Days Gone will cost you $60 for a physical edition of the game.
Pre-ordering the standard edition of the game through the PlayStation Network will net you some additional in-game gear:
Drifter Crossbow Early Unlock
– Nitrous Upgrade 1
– Gas Tank Upgrade 1
– Shroud Upgrade 1
Digital Deluxe Version
The PSN store also offers a Digital Deluxe version for $69.99, which comes with a smattering of digital goodies that includes everything above, and also:
– Days Gone Digital Full Game
– Days Gone Digital Mini-Art Book by Dark Horse Comics
– Days Gone Digital Sound Track
– Deacon vs. The Horde Dynamic Theme
– Monkey Wrench Skill Early Unlock
– 3 Bike Skins
Whichever way you decide to go, Days Gone is likely to keep you busy through the end of April and into May. We don’t have much longer to wait either, as Days Gone releases on April 26 worldwide.
As always, we will have an extensive array of guide article to help you get the most out of your game. That’s all you need to know about how much Days Gone costs. Be sure to check out our ever-expanding wiki, which is constantly being updated.
With everything from beginner tips and tricks, to specific guides on how to overcome the games greatest challenges, you will have everything you need to survive the zombie (Freaker) apocalypse.