Days Gone by Bend Studio is all set to launch for PC soon


Days Gone is finally coming to PC as revealed by Bend Studios. The date is not confirmed yet but it may be released somehow in spring.

What a player wants more than playing and enjoying PlayStation games on PC. This achievement is maintained by the Sony games, which has recently announced the release of a bomb-blasting collection of games on desktop.

It is one of the most exciting news all around the market these days. This will bring a chance of increasing the popularity or subscriptions of introduced games. Thus, it causes the two side benefit. Not only of users but also of the gamers. Because they will able to enjoy Playstation games on their normal Pc.

Days Gone PC version

This decision will cause the upbringing of the Audience towards the charm of games. People rely more upon these amusements rather than others in their free time. Thus, the ability of functionality is also maintained.

One thing should be made sure by the programmers that the Pc system proves fully comprehensive to the games’ requirements. To avoid any kind of hustle, the developers in the initial stages are making efforts to removes the little disrupting bugs.

All the process begins with the “Days Gone” release. It is the first game of PlayStation that is being set to launch for PC. This news is broken by the words of the president and chief executive officer of Sony Jim Ryan. He reportedly gave an interview to a British magazine.

The date is still not confirmed but the chance of the release is might be the spring. The most obvious change is in April.

Days Gone gets enough popularity on PS-4. The viewers are anxiously waiting to hold its tremendous target approach even in the Pc version.

There might be some changes that appear to the users, but they can cope with the technology changes. The working ability will be the same and holds the ultimate output for the viewers in all aspects.

It seems to be simple, but in reality, it is a matter of serious acknowledgement both for the developer/programmers and users. The real analytic report will have appeared after the official release of the program.


Candelario is a Senior Editor at Thewistle. He worked for a number of leading tech publications, including Engadget, PCMag, Laptop, and Tech Times, where he served as the Managing Editor. His writing has appeared in Spin, Wired, Playboy, Entertainment Weekly, The Onion, Boing Boing, Publishers Weekly, The Daily Beast, and various other publications. You can contact Candelario on [email protected]