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Entertainment Playstation: 82,000 gamers sign petition and demand a game

15:15  26 april  2021
15:15  26 april  2021 Source:   t3n.de

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As early as 2019, Sony had decided against the development of a continuation of "Days Gone". Now more than 82,000 signatories require an online petition that the PlayStation manufacturer dears the decision.

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At the beginning of April, Bloomberg reported that the makers of the action game "Days Gone" wanted to tackle a second part shortly after publication. Sony rejected the proposal. The game was profitable for the PlayStation makers, but the development had taken relatively long and the reviews were browse. But fans of the game are apparently do not want to accept themselves and have now launched an online petition to move Sony to split. More than 82,000 people have already signed the petition on Change.org .

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What would happen exactly in the planned but of Sony-rejected second part of Days Gone, remains unclear. In an

podcast with "God of War" Creator David Jaffe, "Days Gone" director Jeff Ross revealed that the second part should receive a multiplayer mode. With more detailed details, Ross held back. Days Gone: Reviews were apparently too poor

for Sony in another podcast, "

Days Gone" author John Garvin confirmed that Sony did not commission a second part due to the mixed critics. Creative Director, whose games on the criticism aggregator metacrit did not reach a value above 70, would not stay with Sony long. Days Gone reached there a value of 71. "That's just the reality of Sony, the Metacritic Score is all," says Garvin.

But also the financial success of a games plays an important role. Although the game "Gravity Rush" received a metacritic evaluation of 80 points, the

responsible Studio triggered Sony at the beginning of the year. Garvin therefore appealed to the fans: "If you love a game, then buy it to the cursed full price! I can not say how many players I have met, who told me, they would have gotten the game on offer or by PlayStation Plus. "

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