Horizon: Zero Dawn isn’t just a very good game, it’s a very pretty game, and that goes all the way back to the game’s genesis with Guerilla’s art team.

Below you’ll see a collection of images from throughout Horizon’s development, including work done by both Guerrilla’s in-house artists as well as those at design studio Karakter.

You can see more of them in the game’s official art book, which is out now.


To see the images in their native resolution, click on the “expand” button in the top-left corner.

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The first sight of the Cauldron
Concept art of young Aloy in furs
Concept art of the Rocky Mountain Park, home to the Nora Tribe in Horizon Zero Dawn
Concept art of the Rocky Mountain Park, home to the Nora Tribe in Horizon Zero Dawn
Concept art of the Rocky Mountain Park, home to the Nora Tribe in Horizon Zero Dawn
Concept art of a bandit encampment
Concept art of the Eclipse Tribe
The leader of the Eclipse Tribe
Concept art of Aloy fighting The Machines
Concept art of the living waters

And while we’re here, here are a couple of promotional images for the game done by Guerrilla’s Luc de Haan.

And here’s a cool piece by Guerrilla’s Miguel Angel Martinez.

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