You are in spasmodic expectation to pick up Aloy’s bow again in the sequel to Horizon: Zero Dawn? You may be disappointed with the latest news.
A few hours ago, Bloomberg reported that, according to his sources, Guerrilla Games and Sony Interactive Entertainment have decided to postpone Horizon 2or Horizon: Forbidden WestQ1 2022. The source in question is reporter Jeff Grubb, who first talked about it on his podcast Giant Bomb.
The game, from the creators of Killzone, is perhaps the biggest PlayStation Studios exclusive awaited for the holidays of 2021, and after the latest State of Play dedicated to it, which showed us a wonderful first gameplay, Sony hasn’t. more word, however, confirming that the game was still scheduled for release during the year. The lack of news in recent weeks, however, seems to confirm Grubb’s troubling report.
The postponement of Horizon: Forbidden West, which is not yet confirmed, would not be much of a surprise anyway. The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on the timing of productions of many large productions, all of them Halo Infinite, the sequel to God of War, Gran Turismo 7 and Deathloop. Just a few hours ago, moreover, Ember Labs has again postponed Kena: Bridge of Spirits, even if fortunately only a little.
Polygon he claimed to have contacted Sony for more information about the possible postponement of Horizon 2, but received no reply.
In the meantime, the possible PlayStation Experience event is still pending, which according to many insiders was scheduled for the summer. Some clues from the official PlayStation website seemed to confirm the arrival of this event, but for now Sony is still in a silent press.
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