Horizon Zero Dawn’s big expansion, The Frozen Wilds, will be out on November 7, Sony said today. “Set in icy territories to the north, this new chapter of Aloy’s journey adds a new area to explore, new mysteries to uncover and new, highly lethal machines to take on.” I cannot wait.
A new patch for Horizon Zero Dawn adds an Ultra Hard difficulty mode and New Game+, in case you feel like playing through Aloy’s adventures yet again before the expansion hits. Horizon, which came out for PS4 in February, remains one of the best games of 2017.
We expected the improved photo mode to be the best thing about PS4 hit Horizon Zero Dawn’s new 1.13 patch. It is.
Three Kotaku staffers have finished the new PlayStation 4 game Horizon Zero Dawn, so it feels like time to talk it all. Join me, Kirk, and Patricia for some SPOILERY talk about Aloy’s wild robot adventures.
Every time you move the camera in Horizon Zero Dawn, the game is doing all sorts of under-the-hood calculations, loading and unloading chunks of world to ensure that it all runs properly. And that’s not even counting the robot dinosaurs.
Just when you think you’ve really gotten the hang of Horizon Zero Dawn, creeping around and hunting robot dinosaurs in the colorful open world, along comes a Cauldron to blow your damn mind.
Today, Sony released a new patch for Horizon: Zero Dawn that makes a bunch of improvements including quest fixes, X-axis inversion, and, most pivotally, a fix for “game running into issues when playtime exceeds 200 hours.”