Days Gone is the latest first-party PlayStation title to make its way to PC. Ahead of its release on the 18th of May, Sony Bend has released an FAQ, answering many PC specific questions, such as the extent of its ultrawide support, which controllers it supports, and more.
On its website, Sony Bend has answered a number of PC specific questions. Sony Bend confirmed that the game will release on PC with all of its post-launch content available from the get go, including the Survival Mode, Challenge Mode and Bike Skins (which includes some franchise crossover skins).
While it was already known that Days Gone would support ultrawide monitors, the studio has revealed that both 21:9 and 32:9 aspect ratios are supported and will include all cutscenes and UI elements.
Unsurprisingly, the game supports mouse and keyboard, but it will also offer key-rebindings including alternates and menu navigation, as well as simultaneous keyboard/mouse and controller input. Speaking of controllers, support will include nearly all major controllers, including PlayStation, Xbox and even the Switch Pro controller.
Though it comes as no surprise, especially as the game was originally developed for the PS4, Days Gone on PC will neither support ray-tracing nor DLSS. Furthermore, PlayStation players cannot transfer their dave files between platforms, meaning those that got partway through the game on PlayStation will have to start from scratch on PC.
Despite being built for consoles, the PC port appears to be robust, offering a plethora of customisable settings, including FOV (up to 100), foliage draw distance, geometry quality, shadow quality, post-effects, texture streaming and filtering quality, render scaling and more.
Sony Bend appears to have put a lot of work into the PC port. Hopefully its launch goes more smoothly than Horizon Zero Dawn’s. The full FAQ can be found HERE.
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