Heaven is gone director John Gavin Responded to Days gone 2.
Days Gone’s writer and creative director pointed out in David Gaffe’s podcast that if players do not “go all out” to buy the game, they should not “complain about the lack of a sequel.
“I do have an insight into what your audience might be interested in, and might irritate some of them,” Gavin said on the podcast (thanks to VGC). “If you like a game, please buy it at full price. I can’t tell you how many times gamers say: “Yes, I have it for sale, I can buy it through PS Plus, anyway.”
“I just said, you don’t [know if you like a game until you’ve played it], But if the game is not supported at the time of release, please do not complain that the game does not have a sequel.
“It’s like God of War earned millions of sales when it was released, but Days Gone didn’t. I just speak for me as a developer. I don’t work for Sony and I don’t know how many people are.”
“I can tell you when we do [Syphon Filter] Dark mirror [on PSP], The reason we are fucking on Dark Mirror is because piracy is one thing, and Sony doesn’t really understand the impact of piracy on sales,” Gavin continued.
“We will show them the seeds. A torrent site has downloaded 200,000 copies of Dark Mirror. If I remember correctly-the numbers may be wrong-but whether I am annoyed by it or not, I thought, “This It’s my money.”
“So I think it’s not as important to increase interaction with the game as to buy the game at full price? Because if you do, it will directly support the developers.”
Sony Curve Obviously, Days Gone 2 was pushed to Sony, but it failed to materialize because the company wanted to invest in safer and more commercially attractive games. According to reports, Sony rejected Days Gone 2 before development began.
Days Gone has received wide acclaim, but it seems that a weakness has been found in the hearts of the majority of game users. When it was launched in 2019, iGamesNews called its story “very stupid.”
The title appeared on the PlayStation 5 running at 60fps in dynamic 4K resolution, and it will also appear on PC this spring. It is also one of the games offered through PlayStation Plus this month.
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