In recent weeks, the Days Gone director has asked fans to buy the game so the sequel can come. Some fans didn’t agree with this explanation because Days Gone is considered a success in its genre of games. Fans also reacted to the director. The Days Gone director indirectly attributed the reason the sequel could not be made to the players.
79,000 Days Gone fans gather signatures for the sequel
79,000 Days Gone fans have gathered signatures on Change.org for the sequel. The campaign, available on Change.org, began after it was announced that there would be no sequels. Sony has announced that due to the lengthy development process of the first game, there will be no sequel to Days Gone. Fans also took action after the announcement. So far, 79,000 signatures have been collected, and every minute the number is growing.
“There are millions of people who want Sony Playstation to approve Days Gone 2,” said User Kanhai Raval, who launched the campaign. I want all fans to sign this petition.” Days Gone is estimated to have sold more than 5 million copies. As good as the game’s sales look, it’s not enough for a sequel. The starting point of events began when the game’s director, John Garvin, said in a podcast, “Players who don’t buy Days Gone for the full price shouldn’t want a sequel.” That’s why Kanhai Raval launched a petition for Days Gone 2.