' Horizon: Zero Dawn' Patch Details Discussed By Guerilla; Can Alloy Still Be The Protagonist?

By Febe AF , Updated Feb 22, 2017 05:31 AM EST
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Just recently Guerilla Games shared further details about "Horizon: Zero Dawn." The game is now fast approaching paving the world overrun by robots, as Alloy, an archer, and hunter, fights for her survival.

As players know, the game will revolve around Alloy as she unearths the world of robots. However, Angela Gillespie, Guerilla's senior producer seems to imply that Alloy might not be the only protagonist on the said game.

Speaking through the GameReactor, Gillespie said that Alloy will always be a part of "Horizon: Zero Dawn." In addition, she also said that there are still a bunch of characters and tribes that are seemingly interesting and that the game has such a rich history. Gillespie also added that there would be a possibility for other characters to appear as future protagonist yet emphasizing that Alloy will always remain in the game.

On another note, the first-day patch of the said game has been disclosed adding some information on the game's memory and performance mode, SegmentNext added. The patch will be a 250GB memory that will also add a Performance mode for PlayStatioon 4 Pro. It allows gamers to play with a more stable frame rate embossing at a 1080p. The game's mode can be used both with 4K Televisions and Full HD allowing gamers to have a better experience.

Until then we may never know what's more to come as the game has not yet been debuted will be available. "Horizon: Zero Dawn" is expected to be launch on February 28, 2017, exclusively for PlayStation 4.

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