'We definitely want to explore this world,' says Horizon Zero Dawn producer

The embargo has already been lifted and the reviews about the game have already scattered online. The game was developed by Guerrilla Games, best known for PlayStation franchise Killzone.

Given that Sony has been touting Horizon: Zero Dawn as a example of why 4K and HDR matters, you'd expect the game's performance to be pretty solid. According to the video game forum member with the handle thuway, players can now expect an early patch to enhance the PlayStation 4 support.

Here are a few of the Horizon: Zero Dawn reviews now available online providing a great overview of what you can expect from the new game which launches on the PlayStation 4 next week and will be available to play from February 28th, 2017 onwards. The small patch will bring PS4 Pro users an option to tinker with the resolution and framerate. Players can select resolution and HDR/SDR preferences in "Horizon Zero Dawn" by opening up the menu and going to Settings Visual.

Meanwhile, GameSpot reported that the day-one patch is clocking in at 250 MB.

The plot revolves around Aloy, a hunter and archer who lives in a world overrun by robots. 'We haven't yet thought that much into the future; we just finished this game'. We spent years developing these tribes, so there is a possibility for other characters in the future, but Aloy will always remain in Horizon: "Zero Dawn". The game is then expected to arrive in Europe on March 1.

I recently chatted to Guerrilla Games producer Samrat Sharma about Horizon Zero Dawn, and he told me that the developer is keen to not let the upcoming PS4 exclusive be the last we see of the series.

  • Arturo Norris