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Days Gone on PS5 is Going to Look Beautiful. Here’s Why

Sony’s Bend Studio have announced what the next-gen update for Days Gone will include. How will this update optimise itself to the PS5?

Announced on Bend Studio’s official Twitter page it was detailed that Days Gone will run at a smooth 60 frames-per-second and will put-out a dynamic 4K resolution.

However, that is not all because you can also transfer your PlayStation 4 save data to the PlayStation 5.

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The ability to transfer your save data might be considered to be a given. It does seem though not every PS5 game will offer this. For example at the time of writing, Yakuza: Like a Dragon doesn’t allow you to transfer your saved data from PS4 to PS5.

The visual enhancements for the next-gen version of Days Gone are great for sure but there’s no denying the importance of a save transfer. Especially for those that haven’t finished the game or are yet to play New Game Plus.

PS4 Games on PS5

Recently a series of PlayStation 4 exclusives received big updates to get ready for the next-gen console.  However, these updates didn’t just benefit the games being played on PS5 because they also improved current PS4 games too.

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Exclusive titles such as God of War, Dreams, Until Dawn, Ghost of Tsushima and The Last of Us: Remastered all benefited from the series of updates. 

For example, The Last of Us: Remastered had its loading times improved by speeds of 70% following the update.  All the PlayStation exclusives that benefited from the updates are all included in the new PS5 service PlayStation Plus Collection. Days Gone is a part of it too!

The PlayStation 5 will release in North America and Australia on November 12 then for the rest of the world on November 19.

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Featured Image Credit: Sony

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