Folks Gets Startled With The Days Gone’s Real-Time Weather Effects

Days Gone’s Real-Time Weather Effects


/ by Kevin smith

  • Folks Gets Startled With The Days Gone’s Real-Time Weather Effects
  • Day's Gone Real-Time Weather Change

One of most highly anticipated Playstation 4 game of 2019 is getting fans astonish with it's strange real time weather effect. 

Following the recent release of new footage, a wave of appreciation for Days Gone’s dynamic weather has hit the web. At present, the game’s snow effects are receiving a bulk of the praise. It’s well-deserved, too, evidenced by the way in which snowfall in the video below changes the environment over time, it really blows people minds C'omon have a look.

When the video opens, snow is just beginning to fall on an empty street upon which Deacon St. John stands with his motorcycle. As the video continues on, the snowfall does not cease. As such, halfway through the footage, the once empty street appears thick with snow. This is true of surrounding objects, as well, such as vehicles, a distant storage shed, and vegetation. Other areas distant from Deacon’s original position are visited later in the video. They, too, stand covered in snow.

As stated in a PlayStation EU blog post during E3 2017. Snow will impact your ability to ride the Drifter Bike, cold makes Freakers stronger; rain can dampen sound, but brings more Freakers out during the day; night brings out even more Freakers and changes the behaviors of Marauders, and more.

What's your thought on this? Do you like the real-time weather effects? Tell us in the comments below.


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