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Days Gone Sold 9 Million Copies But That’s Only Part Of The Story, Director Says

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In response to the information that Ghost of Tsushima offered greater than 8 million copies, the director of the PlayStation unique Days Gone revealed a gross sales quantity for the 2019 sport.

Jeff Ross, who directed Days Gone and has subsequently left the studio, stated on Twitter that when he left Sony, Days Gone had offered 8 million copies on console alone. The sport has subsequently offered extra on PlayStation consoles, plus an additional 1 million+ on Steam, Ross stated.

Now Taking part in: Days Gone – Launch Trailer

Ross went on to say that native studio administration “always made us feel like it was a big disappointment.” Ross stated the press coverage–but not review scores–was an element. “The press didn’t help our case,” Ross said.

Ross went on to say that Sony administration had more faith in Death Stranding than Days Gone. The developer additionally spoke concerning the sport’s growth, saying, “Development was a long slog, but we were a small team learning how to make our first open world game. All things considered, it’s amazing we finished at all.”

Ross left Bend Studio in December 2020. There are apparently no plans for a sequel, regardless of the massive gross sales, with Bend Studio now specializing in a brand new IP.

In response to the information that Ghost of Tsushima offered greater than 8 million copies, the director of the PlayStation unique Days Gone revealed a gross sales quantity for the 2019 sport.

Jeff Ross, who directed Days Gone and has subsequently left the studio, stated on Twitter that when he left Sony, Days Gone had offered 8 million copies on console alone. The sport has subsequently offered extra on PlayStation consoles, plus an additional 1 million+ on Steam, Ross stated.

Now Taking part in: Days Gone – Launch Trailer

Ross went on to say that native studio administration “always made us feel like it was a big disappointment.” Ross stated the press coverage–but not review scores–was an element. “The press didn’t help our case,” Ross said.

Ross went on to say that Sony administration had more faith in Death Stranding than Days Gone. The developer additionally spoke concerning the sport’s growth, saying, “Development was a long slog, but we were a small team learning how to make our first open world game. All things considered, it’s amazing we finished at all.”

Ross left Bend Studio in December 2020. There are apparently no plans for a sequel, regardless of the massive gross sales, with Bend Studio now specializing in a brand new IP.

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