Jeff Ross said on his Twitter account that although the Days Gone game sold well, the sequel was not made.
It’s been almost a year and five months since Ghost of Tsushima was released, and the game has sold over eight million copies; A statistic that Sony and Sucker Punch Studios are happy with. Jeff Ross, Director of Days Gone claims that the game sold more than 8 million copies about a year and seven months after its release. But he said the studio management team was treating the project like a failure.
“When I left Sony,” he says [سال ۲۰۲۰] A year and a half (plus a month) had passed since the game was released, and more than eight million copies had been sold. Since then, the game has definitely sold more, and even more than a million copies have been sold on PC. However, the behavior of the studio management made us feel that the game was a big disappointment. Even the first version of Killzone had a meta 70, and the sequel was able to get a meta 91. “You have to crawl on the ground before you walk, and you have to walk before you run.”
Ross went on to say that a sequel to the original game was to be made. But Sony did not allow the sequel to be made due to numerous negative and mediocre reviews of the game. A few months ago, a Bloomberg report mentioned these cases. There even seemed to be a time when the Bend team would be working on Uncharted, mostly Nate Dogg. As a result, some members left the studio. However, some time after the release of that report, the news of the creation of a new open world game was officially announced by Sony Band Studio.