Days Gone Install Size Revealed; Will Receive A Day One Patch

The open world title will receive a small day one update to fix minor bugs.

Posted By | On 14th, Apr. 2019

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Days Gone is less than two weeks away from launch, and we’ve been getting a steady stream of information for it over the last few days. We now also have details on how large the game’s file size will be- you’re going to want to clear up plenty of space in your PS4’s storage, because Days Gone has an install size of 67 GB, as German site Playfront reports.

Playfront also reports that Days Gone will be launching with a day one update. Update 1.02 apparently won’t be a very big one (no specific file size is mentioned for the patch), and will be working to iron out bugs in the game. More detailed patch notes will likely arrive as we approach the game’s release so stay tuned for those.

Days Gone launches on April 26, exclusively for the PS4, with reviews going live the day before that. Recently, we learned a great deal about its signature Freaker hordes, which will be persistent in its open world, and can vary in size from populating 50 zombies, to as many as 500. Read more about them through here, or get detailed information on the game’s skill trees and unlockable skills through here.


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