As the "Horizon Zero Dawn" release gets near, Sony has teased its patrons once again by releasing another set of trailers for the role-playing video game. The said sneak peek has indicated an enigmatic and deadly post-apocalyptic world.
According to GameSpot, the first new trailer for "Horizon Zero Dawn" was entitled 'Earth is Ours No More.' The clip has started by showing a prospering world inhabited by humans. Afterward, some sort of event had happened and everything had turned into darkness with nature retrieving the Earth. Enormous enigmatic machines now take control of the Earth, and the main character Aloy is determined to determine the reason why.
Meanwhile, the second sneak peek entitled 'Explore the Wild,' has exhibited Zero Dawn's struggling in a diverse post-apocalyptic world. It was also noticeable that there are waterside villages with people fishing, dark caves to discover, and attractive views.
Last but not the least the third clip, "Overwhelming Odds," reveals some of the risks that the "Horizon Zero Dawn" players will discern. This includes all manner of mechanical creatures.
Furthermore, IGN has noted that it was way back in March 2012 when an IP for "Horizon Zero Dawn" was divulged by Guerilla Games. It happened during the time when the team's Studio Art Director revealed they had a non-Killzone game is already in progress. He further clarified the stimulating procedure that Guerrilla goes through as it figures out what game to exert effort on next.
It was in the latter part of 2013 that Guerrilla has started giving hints about "Horizon Zero Dawn" with the media. As a matter of fact, in an interview; Guerrilla lead designer Eric Boltjes stated that "As a studio, we do want to branch out and we have started work on a new IP, something completely different to Killzone." But then, he doesn't reveal all the information about the "Horizon Zero Dawn" during that time.
The "Horizon Zero Dawn" will become accessible on Feb. 28 this year exclusively for PlayStation 4 consoles. Meanwhile, it will be released on Mar. 1 in Europe having a one day patch.