If you made it to the end of Horizon Forbidden West, you turned to your resident viewer and said, "I bet that's the end of this adventure. Every thread of the story seems to be neatly wrapped in an arc shaped like a robot dinosaur." so sorry to be the one to break this to you, but Guerrilla Games just announced an expansion that won't be coming to PS4.

Horizon Forbidden West: Burning Shores sees Aloy continue her quest to rid the futuristic world of a plague, though now her journey takes her to Los Angeles. I'm sure it's not just how the narrative team resolves some frustrations with Hollywood producers holding off on making the seemingly inevitable Horizon Zero Dawn TV series.

You can check out the reveal trailer below.

Details about the Horizon Forbidden West expansion are extremely scarce. According to the video description, the new campaign "sees Aloy pursuing a sinister threat in the Los Angeles desert, now a treacherous volcanic archipelago."

“She will travel to a dangerous new region south of the lands of Clan Tenakth, with an engaging story picking up where Horizon Forbidden West left off, new characters, adventures, and more,” game director Mathijs de Jonge said in a blog post. PlayStation. mail.

“[LA is] a fractured, overgrown city that can be fully explored through water and flying in the back of a Sunwing,” de Jonge says. “A huge mechanical threat lurks in his shadow, a great challenge that Aloy must overcome using all of his skills and abilities. To achieve this grand vision technically and creatively, we made the difficult decision to focus all of our efforts on creating an incredible experience exclusively for the PlayStation 5 console."

The only other detail, and let's face it, is a key detail, is that Horizon Forbidden West: Burning Shores has a release date: April 19, 2023.

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