Next up on the record of remasters that no one actually requested for, Sony Interactive Entertainment could be engaged on a remastered model of Horizon Zero Dawn for the PlayStation 5. An unnamed supply inside Sony cited by MP1ST and VideoGamesChronicle pointed to a remastered model of the open-world PlayStation 4 title.
Details on the remaster are scarce for the time being however reportedly embody new character fashions, lighting, and animations. It’s additionally doubtless that it’s going to incorporate new accessibility options, high quality of life enhancements, and compatibility with the DualSense controller, mirroring among the enhancements we noticed with the remastered model of The Last of Us, which got here out in early September.
Here are some graphical comparisons between Zero Dawn and Forbidden West, so you may get a way of what to anticipate from a possible remaster.
Sony and Guerilla Games are additionally reportedly engaged on a multiplayer title set within the Horizon universe. In 2018, Guerilla Games rehired sport director Simon Larouche to work on an unnamed venture. Some of Larouche’s credit embody engaged on Rainbow Six Siege and the web modes for Splinter Cell: Blacklist and Killzone 2.
A now-deleted tweet from voice actor Lance Reddick additionally means that Horizon Forbidden West DLC could also be coming quickly as nicely.
If the rumors are true, The Horizon Zero Dawn remaster will be a part of various different Sony exclusives redone for the PlayStation 5, together with Spider-Man, Ghost of Tsushima, and Uncharted 4. However, very like The Last of Us remaster, it’s anticipated that the Horizon Zero Dawn remaster will probably be priced at $69.99.
I like Horizon Zero Dawn lots. I even purchased it a second time when it was re-released for the PC, however paying $70 for a five-year-old sport that I’ve already performed is a tall order. Ping me when Sony brings Horizon Forbidden West to the PC, then you definately’ll have my consideration in addition to my curiosity.