Aloy's story looks better than ever and improves upon some aspects of the base game, but still lacks the special something that will stop it from vanishing into the shadows of upcoming games.
The sequel to Horizon: Zero Dawn does everything better, but still falls short compared to some of the best in the genre.
Will include the Burning Shores DLC, unlocked frame rates, NVIDIA DLSS 3 upscaling and frame generation, AMD FSR, Intel XeSS and more.
Well, PlayStation did the planting, but it couldn't have done it without your help.
Offering over 60 recipes, the book debuts in April.
You'll need so much free space on your PS5 that the physical version requires an extra disc.
A web retailer has listed the Aloy sequel and its DLC for release on the 6th of October.
It'll give the protagonist of the series a new narrative set before her time in the Forbidden West.
It'll likely include the base game and Burning Shores DLC in one.
It seems the franchise isn't going to go away anytime soon.
That's just the budget of a AAA game these days, if Sony is to be believed.
The well-known film and TV actor played Sylens in Aloy's post-apocalyptic adventure.
It's far from as successful as God of War: Ragnarök, but isn't far behind The Last of Us: Part II.
We'll hopefully get fewer texts with "woke" in them moving forward.
The developer hasn't officially announced a third mainline game in the series, but this is a pretty clear idea that we're getting one.
WARNING! Story spoilers included!
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