In an email by Sony sent to PlayStation LifeStyle, the publisher has clarified that while it’s going to “continue the reveal conversation” it started at E3 about Horizon Zero Dawn, there won’t be any big new details revealed at the show as previously mentioned in the post. However, the game will be present in Sony’s official booth, so non-E3 attendees should be in for a treat nonetheless.
Apologies for the confusion and carry on.
If you’re one of the many PlayStation fans who were impressed with Guerrilla Games’ new game Horizon Zero Dawn at E3, then you’ll be glad to know that more details should be making its way very soon at next month’s gamescom (starts August 5).
This was revealed by Guerrilla Games Senior Producer Mark Norris who mentioned that he’s looking forward to talking more about the game at next week’s event in Germany.
— Mark Norris (@MarkNorris78) July 29, 2015
Additionally, there’s going to be a live-stream for Horizon Zero Dawn happening next week Tuesday as well. While the stream will be in German, that shouldn’t deter a lot of people from tuning in to see the latest footage from Guerrilla’s upcoming third-person action game.
Fans can tune in here for the live-stream.
In other Zero Dawn news, it’s been recently revealed that the game’s protagonist, Aloy, was inspired by strong female characters like Ellen Ripley from Aliens and Game of Thrones’ Ygritte.
Don’t forget to check out our feature on the importance of single-player open world experiences, where we we reference Horizon Zero Dawn and what it’s doing for the genre.