Sony Bend’s upcoming survival action title, Days Gone, will apparently include roughly six hours of intermediate cutscenes.
Last year, the game’s creative director already revealed that the PlayStation 4 exclusive can take around 30 hours to complete – perhaps longer based on the choices that the player makes during their playthrough. Talking to a bunch of European journalists, and reported by Gamereactor.dk, the game’s development team reconfirmed that length but also revealed that Days Gone will include roughly 6 hours of cinematics throughout the game.
We’ve included a part of Sony’s official description of the game below:
HOPE NEVER DIES
At its core, Days Gone is about survivors and what makes them human: desperation, loss, madness, betrayal, friendship, brotherhood, regret, love—and hope. It's about how, even when confronted with such enormous tragedy, hope never dies.
In addition to hostile drifters, marauders, and militia, Deacon must face a wilderness overrun by dangerous and evolving Freakers. As with any living creature, Freakers eat, drink, hibernate and build nests, behaviors that Deacon must learn and adapt to.
Days Gone is slated for a release on PlayStation 4 next month on April 26.