The video concentrates on the Cut, a boreal wasteland situated north of the Banuk homelands, and separating them.

We get to see a veritable winter wonderland, even if it’s pleasing. Aloy surely won’t find the freezing temperatures in the Cut enjoyable.

However, as usual for Horizon Zero Dawn, it looks absolutely beautiful, and I will’wont wait to explore the whole area and find out what Guerrilla has in store for the brave Aloy.

Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds will soon be available for download on November 7th, while the bottom game is already available only for PS4.

If you would like’t have the original title, it is possible to instead opt to catch the Complete Edition which will start on December 6th. If you’re unfamiliar with the reason you need to, then you can check out my fairly passionate review.

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