Days Gone Deacon Motorcycle Recreated in Real Life in Only 48 Hours

days gone

Days Gone is the latest PS4 exclusive to release and even though it didn’t release with great reviews, many gamers are finding the game very fun. One of the biggest components of the game is Deacon’s bike, which PlayStation Nordic recreated in real life!

If you have seen anything from Days Gone, I’m going to assume you saw something about Deacon’s bike, that’s how important it is to the game. So to see in created in real life is pretty cool, especially for people who have been playing the game.

Not only is it impressive to see the bike recreated, but the fact that the team managed to use a scrapped/junked up bike and turn it around in 48 hours, is super talented hard work!

Check out how Patrick and the team went about creating the iconic bike in real life down below:

The Team

Patrick is the project lead, and has been given the task of recreating the bike in real life. The garage manager Andreas has been responsible for a motorcycle repair shop for years and knows all the ins and outs of motorcycles. The team’s designer, Rakel, takes care of drafts and sketches. The fourth and last member is Fabian, a mechanic experienced in welding, metal works and building all sorts of vehicles.

More than just a coat of paint

To make matters even more stressful, the team only had 48 hours to turn an old wreck of a bike into the kind of machine that keeps Deacon from suffering a gruesome, painful death. The team spent day and night in the garage, tailoring the motorcycle to fit the needs of a post-apocalyptic wasteland.

Denmark got a Motorcycle

As for the final result of the bike, we think we’ll let the pictures speak for themselves. It’s good to know — if there’s ever a global pandemic, where millions upon millions of people are turned into mindless, cannibalistic beings, that there’s a bike cut out for the task somewhere in Scandinavia.


Days Gone is now available for the PS4. How are you liking the game so far? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: PS Blog