‘Days Gone’ director blames “woke reviewers” for poor reception

The director of Days Gone has blamed “woke reviewers” for the poor reception to the open-world, action-adventure sport.

Released in 2019, Days Gone acquired combined critiques with critics taking challenge with the story, mission design, and a number of other bugs however the title nonetheless went on to turn into the nineteenth finest promoting sport of the 12 months within the United States.

Now, taking to Twitter, director John Garvin has opened up concerning the suggestions from critics after responding to at least one fan who stated “I will never understand how this game didn’t get universal praise from critics. One of the few times I’ve been utterly blown away because I was expecting an average experience based on the reviews.”

According to Garvin, there have been three the reason why Days Gone wasn’t critically acclaimed. “It had tech issues like bugs, streaming and frame rate, it had reviewers who couldn’t be bothered to actually play the game and three, it had woke reviewers who couldn’t handle a gruff white biker looking at his date’s ass.”

At the beginning of the 12 months, fellow director Jeff Ross went viral with a sequence of tweets about how “upper management” made the workforce at Bend Studios really feel like the sport was a “disappointment”, regardless of the very fact it’s since gone on to rack up over 10million in gross sales.

Ross went on to say that he had no real interest in a follow-up, after Sony cancelled Days Gone 2. Garvin has since echoed these claims, saying “for me at least, those days are gone.”

Garvin additionally shared a picture of the optimistic critiques that the PC model of Days Gone acquired. The PC model of the sport was launched in 2021, 26 months after the unique PS4 model.

“Nothing changed that Jeff Ross and I were responsible for. All that changed was code cleaned up their shit, so I guess bugs, streaming and frame rate matter. Funny that Jeff and I are the ones who are gone…”

Earlier this 12 months, Jeff Ross introduced he had joined Crystal Dynamics, the studio behind Tomb Raider and Marvel’s Avengers. Elsewhere Bend Studio introduced that it’s engaged on a brand new sport that construct off of Days Gone.

In different information, the primary full enlargement for Vampire Survivors is coming later this month, with Legacy Of The Moonspell due earlier than the tip of December.

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