'Horizon Zero Dawn' Release Date, News & Update: Trailer Reveals Breathtaking World; Game Delayed to Feb 2017
Guerilla Games originally planned to release "Horizon Zero Dawn" as a PS4 exclusive for 2016. The game was first revealed during last year's E3 event and the delay was something that had to be done by the developers to ensure gameplay quality. Meanwhile, the newly released trailer gives a glimpse of the sprawling world of the game.
"Horizon Zero Dawn" is 'Not Ready' Delayed to 2017
Hermen Hulst, the managing director of Guerilla Games wrote on the PlayStation Blog that they are aware the delay will not delight the fans. "Horizon Zero Dawn" was pushed back from its original release because the gaming company is ensuring the quality of the visuals and technicalities of the gameplay.
Horizon Zero Dawn is available February 28, 2017. https://t.co/sVYsseuqyu
— Guerrilla Games (@Guerrilla) June 6, 2016
"Horizon Zero Dawn" $120 Collector's Edition Reveal
IGN pointed out that a product listing for the Collector's Edition of the game was spotted. In the Amazon listing, "Horizon Zero Dawn" Collector's Edition is priced at $120 for pre-order. In addition to getting a copy of the game, the edition will include a 9-inch statue of Aloy, the game's protagonist, a Steelbook case of the game disc and a 48-page art book. The Collector's Edition will also include a PS4 theme, in-game items that can be downloaded and several other game packs.
"Horizon Zero Dawn" Aloy-Focused Trailer
In line with Guerilla Games' announcement of the delay, the company released a new "Horizon Zero Dawn" trailer that mainly focuses on Aloy. The 3-minute trailer shows Aloy and the post-apocalyptic setting of "Horizon Zero Dawn." Game Spot shared that the PS4-exclusive game cannot be played multiplayer. However, there will be a feature added later for players to interact with one another. Watch the Aloy-focused trailer below: