Days Gone 2 Petition Reaches 100,000 Signatures

Days Gone's seen a resurgence of interest lately. With a PC release planned for May 18 and reports emerging about a cancelled sequel - one which would've incorporated shared world co-op multiplayer - fans had plenty to say about Bend Studio's action-adventure game.

While creative director John Garvin went on an extraordinary rant recently about how people shouldn't "complain if a game doesn’t get a sequel if it wasn’t supported at launch" - criticising those who didn't pay full price - those fans began to actively petition Sony for a sequel.

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Days Gone 2 Petition Reaches 100,000 Signatures

When we last reported it on April 13, this petition had reached 10k signatures, initially aiming for a modest 15k. Now, they've hit 100k in the last month, a number that continue to slowly climb. Sadly, despite increased traction, it remains very unlikely this'll convince Sony to change their minds.

While online petitions rarely work, it's lovely seeing the Days Gone community coming together to support it. With the PC release launching in two weeks, Bend Studio's game may find a new audience yet.

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