Guerrilla Games ends up doideng a lot of heavy lifting for Sony’s newest consoles. Killzone: Shadow Fall led a launch effort for the PS4, and its newest, Horizon: Zero Dawn, is the poster child for the recently released PS4 Pro. While
Horizon: Zero Dawn developer Guerrilla Games has taken to Twitter to confirm a day one patch of 250MB for the post-post apocalyptic title. The tweet quashes rumours of a 16GB update. For those interested, #HorizonZeroDawn will receive a day one patch
Speaking with MCV UK, Sony’s Jon Edwards has said that Horizon: Zero Dawn‘s protagonist Aloy is a “PlayStation icon”, joining the likes of Nathan Drake, Kratos and Crash Bandicoot. “We really feel that [Horizon: Zero Dawn] is an exciting addition to the
Sony and Guerrilla Games used the weekend to release two new Horizon: Zero Dawn enemy machine profiles. Up this time are the Behemoth and the Stormbird. You can check both videos out below: As you can see above, the videos not only show
Sony today released two new Horizon: Zero Dawn videos, each detailing enemies Aloy will face on her travels: the Thunderjaw and the Snapmaw. Each video details the beasts’ abilities and, thankfully, vulnerabilities. First, the Thunderjaw: Next, the Snapmaw: What do you
Developer Guerrilla Games took to Twitch recently to showcase the upcoming Horizon: Zero Dawn. Check it out below: What’d you think? Horizon: Zero Dawn heads to PS4 on 1 March.
Sony and Guerilla Games today released three new videos that take us behind-the-scenes with the upcoming Horizon: Zero Dawn. You can watch all three videos below: Horizon: Zero Dawn heads to PS4 on 1 March.
Horizon: Zero Dawn‘s Thunderjaw Collector’s Edition will be available to Australian consumers as an EB Games exclusive. The premium edition, priced at a whopping $350 AUD, includes: Full retail copy of Horizon Zero Dawn Premium Thunderjaw Statue Exclusive World Map
In an age where every new title seems to be introducing microtransactions, it’s always refreshing to hear of one that won’t. The latest unreleased game to ditch microtransactions is Guerilla’s Horizon: Zero Dawn. The confirmation was made over Twitter: @hot40chef There
A new trailer for the highly anticipated Horizon: Zero Dawn details its characters. Get to know protagonist Aloy, as well as friends and foes, below: What’d you think? Not long to go — Horizon: Zero Dawn heads to PS4 on 28 February.
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Guerrilla Games took to the PlayStation Blog to detail PS4 Pro enhancements available inside Horizon Zero Dawn. The PS4 Pro is said to offer “far better image quality” to those with non-4K HDTVs. This is done by supersampling, rending the game
EB Games Expo kicked off yesterday at Sydney’s Olympic Park, and PlayStation invited Stu and Luke along for an early look at what gamers can expect to see and play at their booth. Here are Luke and Stuart’s impressions of what
Sony has released a new Horizon: Zero Dawn trailer at Tokyo Game Show. Sure, it’s in Japanese, but it’s still pretty. What’d you think of it? Horizon: Zero Dawn heads to PS4 next year.
After raising more questions than answers last year, Guerrilla Games was finally ready to properly unveil Horizon: Zero Dawn at E3 this month, where Stevivor saw an extended gameplay demo and went hands-on for the first time. Set 1,000 years after the
E3 2016 is over and the dust is starting to settle. At multiple times I had damned this year as the worst in recent memory before the show floor was even open, simply because it’d be the first in many