Days Gone PC New Important Details Revealed in Blog

Days Gone

Game developer Bend Studio has recently shared some new information about the upcoming Days Gone PC version.

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The developers have confirmed that when the game will launch for the first time on PC, it will not have features that some are expecting it to have. For example, it will not support DLSS and ray tracing.

The studio’s Kevin McAllister made it clear that it will not support DLSS, but he did say that it will not be available “at this time”. It is possible it will be added later on, but for now, no word when that time will be. For ray tracing, it was confirmed that it will definitely not support the feature.

McAllister did say that the game will play at targeted 60 FPS for the recommended specifications or with unlocked framerate. It will also support controllers, multiple 1st and 3rd party ones like the wired DualShocker 4, wired DualSense, and Xbox controllers with native support. It will also have Steam input support.

For fans that are quite curious, no, you cannot transfer your PS4 and PS5 saves to PC. It will support achievements though. You can also adjust the field of view of up to maximum of 100 degrees. It also supports ultra-wide monitors for 21:9 and 32:9, including cinematics and UI.

Here are the minimum and maximum PC requirements for the game:


At minimum, Days Gone on PC will require a 64-bit processor and Windows 10 operating system with an Intel Core i5-2500K@3.3 GHz or AMD FX-6300@3.5 GHz CPU, 8 GB of RAM and a Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 (3 GB) or AMD Radeon R9 290 (4 GB) graphics card. Though not required, SSD for storage and 16 GB of memory is recommended, both sold separately.


We recommend using a Windows 10 64-bits operating system with an Intel Core i7-4770K@3.5GHz or a Ryzen 5 1500X@3.5GHz CPU, 16 GB of RAM and a Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 (6 GB) or AMD Radeon RX 580 (8 GB) graphics card to play Days Gone on PC. Though not required, SSD for storage, sold separately, is recommended.

Days Gone PC will launch on May 18.

Source: Official Blog