Days Gone [PS4] (Sony Bend)

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  1. bgroovy

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    I see what you mean. I think the difference is that in the infected zombie pandemic scenario the carriers of the disease are aggressive and proactive in spreading the disease, compared to a more "normal" disease where the infected simply convaless. It's a system that would burn itself out like an algae bloom, for sure.
     
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    I see. Ya, Day Gone infected are just like crazy people. They don't bite and spread the infection. I think all the survivors are just immune and everyone else was infected. The scientist all wear hazmat suits, so I assume they are not immune. But realistically if 90% of the population was infected and they still need food to produce energy, then they would starve unless they found some food source. They do actively hunt the wildlife, but that doesn't seem sustainable.
     
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    Basically, rabbies.

    without the hydrophobia.
     
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    Yup. And what they ate was part of a series of story missions.
     
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    If you're not going to play the game, I recommend looking up the secret ending.
     
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