We’re just days away from Days Gone, the video game from Bend Studio and PlayStation Studios, finally launching on PC. Supported gamers are looking forward to trying this game, which until now was exclusive to PlayStation 4. Although Days Gone has already detailed its minimum and recommended requirements, in addition to the graphical improvements, now we have learned some more information about the features of this version in compatible.
In a FAQ on the official page of the video game we can read interesting information that we did not know until now. Bend Studio has explained that the game will not support DLSS “at this time” , which leaves a door open for its inclusion in the future, as this nuance does not rule it out completely. Besides that, Death Stranding on PC also tells us that it is possible.
Remember that Hideo Kojima’s game opted to include DLSS as a graphic option, so Bend Studio may be thinking of something similar for Days Gone. What does seem completely ruled out is ray tracing . The study makes it clear that the game does not support it, without more details or the same nuance as in the case of the DLSS, so this seems not to come.
DLSS is a technology that improves the performance of a video game by artificial intelligence and makes it better even on equipment with poorer specifications. We will finally see if this functionality is included in the future.
Days Gone 2, discarded by Sony
A few weeks ago we learned a piece of information that said that Sony had discarded Days Gone 2 in favor of a new Uncharted developed by Bend Studio and supervised by Naughty Dog. This brought a lot of tail and the game’s scriptwriter went so far as to say that the Metacritic note is everything to Sony. That upset Jeff Ross, the director of the game, who distanced himself from those statements .