‘Horizon Zero Dawn’ Release: Special Edition Carries 48-Page Art Book, PS4 Theme, In-Game Contents For £69.99
"Horizon Zero Dawn" has been released on the first day of the month after first being announced at the E3 event in 2015 and confirming the March release at the E3 2016. The RRP of the game costs £49.99 but Amazon currently sells the game for £44. Furthermore, photoshopped creations of the post-apocalyptic cities have also surfaced online.
Six Years In Development For Latest Action RPG.
"Horizon Zero Dawn" has long been in development by Guerrilla Games since 2011. The game was previously rumored to launch last year but was delayed to March 2017. To this, the managing director of Guerrilla Games Hermen Hulst revealed that although the choice to delay the game's release was not easy, the team had to ensure that the gameplay quality and visuals lived up to the expectation of what the developer is known for, PC Advisor UK reported.
Furthermore, Game is currently offering an exclusive special edition of "Horizon Zero Dawn" for £69.99. The offer comes with a 48-page art book, a Sony PlayStation 4 theme, a steelbook case and some in-game content. In addition, ShopTo is selling a collector's edition with all the contents of the special edition along with a 9-inch statue of the game's protagonist, Aloy and a special box for £105. It should be noted that the game features a female protagonist armed with a bow and three types of arrows--electrical, explosive and armour-piercing.
PKU Tweets "Horizon Zero Dawn" Artwork Pre-Launch.
Meanwhile, previous to the "Horizon Zero Dawn" launch, PlayStation UK revealed artwork featuring what major UK cities would look like set in a futuristic, post-apocalyptic times. In the meantime, the "Horizon Zero Dawn Birmingham" art reveals the popular Rotunda landmark in the distance with the Edinburgh print showing the castle in the background. Several artwork were also produced for Cardiff, Newcastle, Liverpool and London, PlayStation Universe reported.
"Horizon Zero Dawn" images also featured the city against machines and 1,000 years into the future. PlayStation UK also posted images of Alloy on Twitter battling with the machines. The game has already earned praise for its vibrant, colorful environment and highly advanced machines. Watch a review below: