Horizon II – Forbidden West
Horizon: Forbidden West for PlayStation 5 continues Aloy’s story as she heads west to a future America to brave a majestic yet dangerous frontier where she faces awe-inspiring machines and mysterious new threats. Guerrilla Games has officially announced a Horizon Zero Dawn sequel for the PlayStation 5. Sony Interactive Entertainment and Guerrilla Games have finally unveiled the long-awaited sequel to Horizon Zero Dawn. Alloy’s next-generation console will be titled Horizon Forbidden West and will publish entirely by Sony’s on PlayStation 5. Sony explained that the result continues the story of the invoice as it moves west, where amazing machines and mysterious new threats await. In the trailer, we see some new machine creatures, including a giant elephant that looks like an enemy tribe has taken control of the Howdash.
A feature like this can take the form of PVE fights where players can compete with a team and with powerful robotic animals, and they will get better rewards by winning themselves. Mention of “tribes” is even more interesting, as guerrilla players can allow friends to complete their quests in a way outside of the main story campaign with friends.
Faro also developed an artificial intelligence (AI), called the GAIA, which could shut down peacemakers, build their robots, and rehabilitate the earth for humans. But Apollo, which design to teach humans to repeat the mistakes of the previous generation, led to the rise of the Aloy’s tribal society. After discovering GAIA, Alay informed about HADES, if one GAIA could not restore a stable human society then another Faro system tried to perform mysteriously controlled extinction. Aloy has to fight Heads at the end of the game and defeats him, but not for good.
We can only run one Horizon Forbidden West trailer, but we can also open a lot of it. First of all, we can see that Aloy still has his focus – his little Bluetooth AirPace – to help him scan the world around him. We also see her riding on a charger, so she has either deal to make a new spear to override them, or she has learned some new techniques to achieve the same goal.
Guerrilla Games is returning to this fabulous universe to provide us with a different technical showcase on the PlayStation 5. The game trailer is teasing the return of Silence (Lance Reddick) from the first game. We also get the feeling that Horizon Forbidden West will be more difficult on the underwater gameplay, based on the trailer using scuba gear at the above mentioned 1:40 mark, and the underwater ruined cities. What a great deal to give shots.
Horizon 2 is amazing in the Forbidden West, but thanks to the magic of the next machines, the visuals are significantly upgraded. We look ahead to seeing ray-tracing technology and 4K resolution do for rich landscapes. While it won’t launch with the PlayStation 5, it’s a very ambitious special that we’re looking forward to.
- Ray tracing technology and 4K resolution
- haptic feedback
- Adaptive trigger on the PS5
- The unique mix of bow, slipper, and rope coasters
- Dualsense wireless controller
- Feel even more unique and satisfying in using weapons
- PlayStation 5 Game exclusive and Cross-generation game announcement
- Use the PS5’s ultra-fast SSD
- We will give another technical showcase on PS5
- Sony’s PS5 event live stream
- The new machines include shell snappers, sun wings, and trevortusks, based on tortoises, pterodactyls, and mammoths, respectively.
“It’s a brave and beautiful, but dangerous frontier masked with mysterious new threats. Get ready to explore distant lands ravaged by massive storms and take on new, powerful machines.”Jan-Bart van Beek – Studio and art director Guerrilla Games
The trailer hints at how the next game will face Aloy’s enemies, but little is known about the game’s big story other than the American sequence. Still, Horizon Forbidden is the official description of the game in the West Trailer: Horizon Forbidden continues the story of West Aloy as she moves toward a future America for a past, but dangerously brave, where she will face terrible inspirational machines. And strange new threats.
Playstation 5 console specs
|CPU||The heart of the PS5 will be the processing power that it uses to create the experiences of the next generation. The PS5 is going to use AMD’s Zen 2 CPU technology that encompasses 8 cores and 16 threads here. (8x x86-64-AMD Ryzen Zen 2 cores)|
|GPU||AMD Radeon RDNA 2-based graphics engine with hardware acceleration for ray tracing. 36 compute units at a variable frequency up to 2.23 GHz (10.28 teraflops).|
|Memory interface||The amount of RAM in the PS5 is about what we expected, given modern PC comparisons, but it’s a lot of RAM for a video game console,16 GB GDDR6 / 256-bit and 448 GB/s bandwidth.|
|Storage||The PS5 will come with a SSD (Solid State Drive) which will improve load times dramatically. Custom 825 GB SSD, PCIe 4.0. I/O throughput is 5.5 GB/s (read), typical 8-9 GB/s (compressed). Optional external storage via USB SSD Drive, NVMe expansion bay.|
|Optical drive||The PS5 will include a disc drive, or it won’t. There are two models to choose from, standard or Digital Edition. Standard it comes with 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray optical drive.|
|Video||With the PS5, 4K will be the standard and comes with HDMI 2.1 (support for 4K 120 Hz TVs, 8K TVs, VRR).|
|Audio||Audio is a key feature to really push the next-gen experience with PS5 and Tempest 3D AudioTech.|
|Network||PS5 will ship with Wi-Fi 6 802.11 AX standard which is a big deal! WiFi 6 is a huge improvement and changes the whole game basically. WiFi 6 (802.11ax) has better latency and for gaming that is critical.|