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Horizon Zero Dawn Remaster Is Reportedly In Development Along With A Horizon Multiplayer Game

Posted on October 3, 2022 by Tyler Nienburg

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We recently received a remake for The Last of Us Part 1 from Sony and now there’s a report going around that they’re working on a Horizon Zero Dawn remaster for PlayStation 5 and PC. This comes from sources close to MP1ST.

The new version of the 2017 title will have improved graphics which would be on par with Horizon Forbidden West. According to their sources it was not clear if this was a remake or a remaster of the five year old game. 

With this remaster more accessibility features will be in the game and different graphic modes will be available similar to what the sequel had. 

“It is to our understanding that the Horizon Zero Dawn remake/remaster will bring it closer to Forbidden West, from improved textures, draw distance. character models, to even new and improved animations, and much more. Whether it’s on the scale as The Last of Us Part 1 Remake, is not known at this time.”

It is also reported that Guerrilla Games is working on a Horizon online multiplayer project that is in development for PlayStation 5 and PC. It wasn’t made clear through their sources that this would be a PvP or Co-Op type of project.

“Two sources have verified that the project is in indeed real, with a third giving some brief details that it may feature a form of co-op. Customization is said to around the different tribes established in the Horizon franchise, however, we have not been able to verify either that, nor the details on whether or not the online would feature any sort of co-op, or PvP. “

You might be thinking to yourself why do we need a remaster of a game that launched only 5 years ago that has some of the best visuals we’ve seen on a PlayStation console. Like it or not it looks to be real and Sony is going all in on this beloved franchise. 



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