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Not that there was a firm release date, but the motorbikes and zombies and lush green forests title from Sony Bend first made its debut at E3 2016. And then again the following year. Both impressive showings in the sense of being visual showcases for bikers fighting off hordes of zombies.

Here's the initial announcement/reveal.



And the gritty follow-up we got in 2017.



Chances are we'll probably get a new look at E3 this year, but we wouldn't be surprised if it was a no show. A lot of work goes into creating these demos, which often end up looking very different to the final releases. In fact, one has to wonder if Sony's approach to announcing things as soon as possible is the right way to go about it. Waiting three plus years for a game to drop often feels like an eternity.






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