The Game is Still Happening This Year, Apparently.
Since its reveal at last year’s E3, Killzone developer Guerrilla Games have kept decidedly qiuet surrounding their upcoming title Horizon: Zero Dawn. Set in an open, paleolithic world in which dinosaurs are replaced with towering, hostile mechs, the third-person action game carries an exciting concept, and despite its lack of release date – Sony claims it’ll be hitting the PS4 this year.
A user on NeoGAF (via. Push Square) mentions that retail copies of Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End include promotional flyers for Zero Dawn, which assert that it’ll still appear in 2016. Despite rumours claiming that it’d been delayed till 2017, it appears that Sony will be chasing the game’s development ardently. And with E3 practically round the corner now, we just might received an official release date for the PlayStation exclusive.
The game is set in the aftermath of a robotic apocalypse that has lead to the breakdown of civilisation. Players take control a nomadic archer named Aloy, and guide her through an expansive, vibrant world dominated by gargantuan machines, independent of their human creators. You can see the game’s E3 launch trailer below.