'Horizon: Zero Dawn': Aloy's Ally A Hologram Character, Lance Reddick Voices Over, Guerilla Games Withholds Games Details, Launch On PS4

By Aloha Baldovino , Updated Feb 10, 2017 11:27 PM EST
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"Horizon: Zero Dawn", a game that is developed by Guerilla Games will be launched with Lance Reddick of the "The Wire and Lost" to voice over the hologram character. This hologram will be one of Aloy's allies who will appear at 1:24 of the video games trailer, which was released recently. However, the developer has vowed that it will not reveal the details of the game until its launching on March 1, 2017.

According to Gamenguide, 'Horizon: Zero Dawn", which will be released for the PlayStation 4 is a role playing video game with Aloy (Ashly Burch) as the main character. The time set for the game is 1,000 years into the future. Aloy is featured as an archer who will have to face the robots that have overtaken the world. The game player who will play as Aloy will use several kinds of weapons and will engage into stealth combat techniques to beat the robots.

In a report by Gamespot, "Horizon: Zero Dawn" is an action game that operates in an open-world environment. Aloy, a skilled hunter will have a journey into the future to look for her missing mother. She will use mecha-beasts using antiquated weapons of arrows and spears to protect herself against her opponents.

Taking a look at the gameplay, "Horizon:Zero Dawn" shows a world that is basically transformed into a "hunting and gathering society" living by hunting mechanical beast and gathering their scattered parts. The star Aloy, who lost her mother has to survive in a matrilineal tribe of a matriarchal society, despite being treated as an outcast. However, for more details of the game, stay tuned to Gamenguide.

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