'Horizon Zero Dawn' For PS4: Release Date, Speculations & Skyrim Elements Observed In The Trailer?
Free roaming and action-role-playing games are in the market nowadays. Another creation from Guerilla Games will be coming soon for the PlayStation 4 console. "Horizon Zero Dawn" will feature a new and natural world that is dominated by machines.
A lush green environment that teems with wildlife as some players would perceive it at first but is actually a habitat for strange and mysterious machines in forms close to animals. As dangerous as it would be to approach it, Aloy, the main character in the upcoming game will uncover the secrets of the strange world. "Horizon Zero Dawn" is set to be released this 2017 for the PlayStation 4 console.
The past combined with the future
"Horizon Zero Dawn" combines the elements of the past into the future, which contains machines and high-tech devices. These elements make the game a unique one among other games. Aside from that, the cultural clothing of Aloy makes players reflect back on the past and where she belongs.
The world where Aloy lives is a new perspective for players to roam everywhere. The game is said to have realistic weather changes and day-to-night transition. The skills count as well for players who want to have a sure kill against the Machines. In addition, weapons and techniques used will count.
Every angle is perfect
"Horizon Zero Dawn" is set to be released on the date mentioned because creators and developers are still polishing every ends and corner of the game, including all the areas and details that need to be put. The reason behind this is that players often want to explore the world in the game, so polishing and details are important. The most important thing about the main character, Aloy, is that she can exploit weaknesses of each Machine she encounters.
However, players must be accurate to where they hit the weapons of their choice to critically damage or kill the mechanical monstrosity. "Horizon Zero Dawn" will be released on February 28 in the U.S. and March 3 in Europe as mentioned in one post from DigitalSpy.