Horizon: Forbidden West is a forthcoming action game, developed by Guerrilla Games and distributed exclusively for PlayStation 5 by Sony Interactive Entertainment. It is the follow-up to Horizon Zero Dawn (2017) and is performed from a third-person perspective in a post-apocalyptic open world.
The heroine Aloy, a computer killer, is being operated by players as she journeys to West California riddled by massive storms and dangerous machines. This was revealed in June 2020 at the PlayStation 5 gathering. This version will be released in 2021.
Horizon: Prohibited West has modern computers. The Shell snappers are the people who see the sea and places like reservoirs. On the other side, the Snapmaws, which are not going to survive much on the land but in the deep sea are finally going to travel the sky due to their flying skills. We will check them all for assurances. Altogether, new tribes and a large machine called the Tremor Tusk (the one formed like a mammoth) will be included.
Thanks to PlayStation 5 ‘s memory, the new Horizon: Forbidden West will “virtually” remove the loading times; as works like Gran Turismo7, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, and Marvel’s Spider-Man. “When you open a map and fly from one end to the other easily, or reboot from a checkpoint, it will be extremely fast,” says de Jonge. In the video game’s intro, he promises the leafy environment to be “more comprehensive, vivid and interactive.”
Horizon: Forbidden West will be on sale exclusively for PlayStation 5 sometime in 2021. The system will hit stores in two models at the end of 2020; one of them is wireless-only.