Horizon Forbidden City director teases Game 3

Horizon Forbidden City director teases Game 3


If you’ve played Horizon Forbidden City, you’ll know the story isn’t quite over. Like the end of Zero Dawn, Guerrilla Games set the stage for another game – one that could see the planet completely destroyed. The game’s director has now largely confirmed that a third game is coming.

In an interview with VG247, Horizon Forbidden West creative director Mathijs de Jong said the narrative threads we saw at the end of the game will be reviewed in the sequel. “…The game ended with another suspense and we again did some preparations for the next game.”

We won’t spoil what that suspense is about, or what happens in the final hours of the game, but suffice it to say that Aloy’s mission is far from done, and it seems to be a lot more complicated than we expected – and daunting – The first time we picked up a bow was at Zero Dawn.The story of a girl caught up in Clash of Clans turns into a science fiction mystery real Be creative and not just because you can fight and tame all the different robot dinosaurs.

Even if there’s no suspense in the story of the second game, it’s no surprise that Guerrilla Games plans to launch the third game in the series. It was a huge success for the studio and Sony, with Zero Dawn surpassing 20 million sales in February. While Elden Ring’s staggering sales somewhat overshadowed Forbidden West, since it was released a week after the Guerrilla game, that probably won’t hurt it too much in the long run. After all, almost the exact same thing happened in 2017’s Zero Dawn and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. receive a commission from retail offers.

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