Game news Horizon Forbidden West: arenas, hunting and exploration, a new video dwells on the challenges of the Forbidden West
Sony continues again and again to talk to us with passion about its next hit Horizon Forbidden West, the content of which is a little more detailed with a new trailer. And in 4K, please.
Horizon Hunting Turbo
With Horizon Forbidden West, the developers at Guerrilla Games intend to greatly improve their established formula with the first part: a massive open world with multiple gameplay possibilities, leading to exploration lasting dozens and dozens of hours. Obviously, Aloy will be preoccupied with her main quest, venturing into the Forbidden West to counter a mysterious threat that could well harm all of humanity… but that won’t stop her from having a good time too.
On the other hand, it is a question of less restful leisure which today takes shape through a new video, entirely focused on related activities. Our protagonist will therefore be able to tackle in arena fights, either against human adversaries or against formidable machines, like this titanic cobra with a volcanic temperament.
Hunting will also be part of the game, as will scavenging contracts, outposts to deliver, but also pure and hard exploration with ruins to discover and items to collect. A well-known recipe punctuated by many different environments, themselves dominated by tribes with very distinct specifications.
A promising adventure
To say that Horizon Forbidden West is expected is a mild understatement as the PlayStation exclusivity is causing ink to flow: it will establish itself as one of Sony’s first weapons in 2022, shortly after the PS5 Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection port and the arrival of the impactful SIFU. A nice snack for all players who will then be able to fall back on Gran Turismo 7 on March 4, which was also widely presented last night.
If you want to learn more about Aloy’s new adventure, we’ll direct you to a preview of the title here, recently released and unveiling a host of interesting mechanics. As a reminder, the software is expected on February 18 on PS5 and PS4 (some gameplay from this latest version can be enjoyed here).
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