Horizon Zero Dawn delayed to 2017, getting polished for PS4.5
Particularly expected as an exclusive to PS4, Horizon Zero Dawn will offer some guidance from an insider of the video game industry, especially at its output which is not ultimately going to be conducted this year.
One of the big favorites of the players during its announcement at E3 last year, Horizon Zero Dawn itself is the next title of Guerrilla Games (Killzone) coming exclusively to PlayStation 4.
The game was currently scheduled for release in 2016, but it seems that its launch would eventually be delayed. Indeed, according to a source “Shinobi602” of the video game industry who previously made revelations about the next God of War and Call of Duty, said on Twitter that Horizon Zero Dawn will finally come out in 2017.
This is not the first rumor by Shinobi602, because usually he is from a reliable informant industry. In the past, he was the first to talk about Horizon: Zero Dawn, even before filtration of the sketches of the game. At that time, Shinobi602 mentioned that Guerrilla Games is working on a title based on robotic dinosaurs with a red-haired protagonist.
In addition, the insider said that the title would be “superb on PS4K”, one of the names of the next PS4 model, currently known with the codename Neo. However, as often happens with this type of information, we should expect an official announcement from Sony Interactive Entertainment.
Well…Horizon: Zero Dawn’s getting delayed to early 2017 from what I’m told.
Going to look splendid on PS4k though.
— shinobi602 (@shinobi602) April 20, 2016