The latest trailer for Horizon Forbidden West reveals players will meet various tribes including the Utaru and the Tenakth.
After a slower-than-expected release schedule in late 2021, Sony is looking to kick off 2022 with a big hit. January brings Kratos’ latest God of War adventure to PC, while PS5 players will get the complete Uncharted experience through the Legacy of Thieves Collection and then Gran Turismo 7 will launch on PS5 in March However, for many PlayStation fans, the most anticipated game of February is Horizon: Forbidden West.
The regular news with the game’s release date fast approaching. Fans have a good idea of what Aloy’s upcoming adventures will look like in large part thanks to a look at the gameplay that includes last year’s battle with Tremortusk. Horizon: Forbidden West looks to expand and build on the foundation of the first game, adding new gameplay mechanics like the ability to explore and navigate underwater, as well as new machines and challenges.
The latest trailer for Horizon: Forbidden West showcases the various tribes Aloy will encounter on her journey west, including those who want to stop the player’s journey. . The tribes in Forbidden West have several factions like the Carja and the Oseram tribes focused on crafting, which isn’t too surprising given that Erend has been shown in previous scenes.
The trailer also highlights a few of the newer tribes inside Forbidden West. Located in an area known as the Plainsong with the Utaru people, living in the fertile fields threatens to wipe out all life. Far to the west, the player will encounter the Tenakth, a clan divided into three different factions, who live together in a fragile peace. The trailer shows them riding various machines into battle, such as the previously mentioned Tremortusk and the Clawstriders.
Horizon: Forbidden West seems to be just another part of Sony’s branding plan. Recently, Guerrilla Games not only helped announce plans for new PlayStation VR2 hardware, but also announced a new game called Horizon: Call of the Mountain. This VR title is a collaboration between Guerrilla and Firesprite, offering fans a whole new adventure in the world of Horizon. While not much is known about the game, a small gameplay clip shows the new characters interacting with the “mechanical giraffe” known as Tallneck.
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