These previous few weeks haven’t been too sort to Sony after Microsoft introduced a deal to purchase Activision Blizzard, however PlayStation is now formally able to hype up the market once more by way of its superb line-up of exclusives. First amongst these might be Horizon Forbidden West, the extremely anticipated mid-gen sequel to Horizon Zero Daybreak, which, in response to developer Guerilla Video games, has simply gone gold.
That’s proper, people. The official Twitter account for Guerilla Video games has simply introduced that their new title has gone gold, that means that Horizon Forbidden West is now in a totally playable state, able to be uploaded on the servers or be burned on the disks. To have fun this milestone, the studio has additionally launched a brief teaser that exhibits an in-game character, aptly in shades of gold.
All PlayStation followers can now breathe a sigh of reduction since a recreation going gold just about implies that there received’t be any extra delays. Horizon Forbidden West was, in spite of everything, supposed to return out in 2021, however problems as a result of Covid-19 pandemic compelled Guerilla to push the sport’s launch date.
We nonetheless don’t know if the sequel may even have a day one patch – as is the case with many titles on their launch – alongside the whopping 85 GB obtain dimension, but when Guerilla notices any technical points with the sport from right here on out, they’ll positively wish to handle it as quickly as attainable.
Horizon Forbidden West will launch on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 on Feb. 18.