Horizon Zero Dawn was released in 2017 and it received great praise from both critics and gamers all around the world. Developed by Guerrilla Games and published by Sony, it gained so much popularity in such a short time that everyone began to believe that a sequel was due.
Well, we have some good news to tell you.
If you are one of the Horizon Zero Dawn fans, you will be thrilled to find out that the sequel might be coming sooner than expected. Of course, this is nothing but a rumor, so it should be taken with a grain of salt. However, looking at some facts, there is a chance for the second Horizon Zero Dawn game to be released sometime in the not-so-far future.
Discussions began around the internet after Guerilla recently listed fifteen new jobs on its website. The jobs were for different roles available at the studio, on the developing team, including programming, art, and animation positions. It’s true that these jobs being posted do not confirm (nor deny) the company’s intent to work on Horizon Zero Dawn 2. However, one of the jobs listed, a Technical Vegetation Artist, hint at a sequel.
On the official Guerilla website, the team wrote: “Within Guerrilla, we have four teams dedicated to creating the stunning environments of Horizon. One team focuses on the creation of lush and stunning vegetation. We build these 3D models from scratch, so our world dressing teams can deliver our immersive world with industry-benchmark graphics.”
In addition, a member of the cast, actress Janina Gavankar, confirmed during a live stream that the sequel is in the works. Seeing how things progress, it is likely that Horizon Zero Dawn will be available for PlayStation 5.
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