In the newest Horizon Forbidden West DLC, Aloy and I journey to Los Angeles to look into a fresh menace.
The metropolis of Los Angeles is currently plagued by lava flows and afflicted by a volcano, in keeping with the DLC’s Burning Shores moniker.
Of course, the city has altered drastically, much like everything else in the Horizon universe.
However, the trailer also reveals some impressive locations in Los Angeles. For instance, you can see a sizable skyline farther back on the mainland, the Santa Monica Pier’s Ferris wheel can be seen directly on the water, and of course, the Hollywood Sign is still there—at least until the first active metal devil that we get to see in the trailer destroys it.
Disappointing Voices Among The Community
We should be able to travel to the city entirely via land, water, and air, incidentally. The DLC does have a drawback, though, in that it will only be released for the PS5, leaving PlayStation 4 owners out in the cold.
This is supported by the developers’ vision for the game, which stipulates that it can only be developed for the new Playstation console for technical and creative reasons.
The good news is that the DLC, which will be published on April 19, 2023, won’t be keeping us waiting for too long.
VR Game Call of The Mountain & MMO Rumors
VR enthusiasts from the world of Horizon can already make a return visit on February 22, 2023, before you and Aloy explore the Vulcanarchipel south of the Tenakth Clan region on April 19, 2023, meeting new characters and going on new adventures. Then Horizon Call of the Mountain, a virtual reality game, debuts concurrently with PSVR2.
Although Horizon Heroe Aloy also makes a guest appearance there, Ryas plays the lead role. The threat to the Sunriches must then be dealt with by the former soldier in the VR adventure, ideally by using his skills as a spear thrower and a bogeyman. Meanwhile, there are rumors about a remastered version of Horizon Zero Dawn, a multiplayer game, and an MMORPG set in the same universe.