At tonight’s PlayStation’s E3 Press Conference, Guerrilla Games was excited to share more gameplay from Horizon Zero Dawn. In this demo, we follow Aloy as she journeys beyond the walls of her village to defeat a ‘demon’ which is terrorizing locals and breeding fear throughout the valley. Aloy will have to use every ounce of her knowledge, intelligence and agility to survive this encounter. If you missed the show, don’t worry, we’ve included the segment again below:
We’ve been quiet in recent months, but rest assured that development on Horizon Zero Dawn is still going full steam ahead! In fact, I’m excited to be able to break the silence today with an all-new trailer focusing on our lead character Aloy. We’re exploring the mysteries of her origin, her journey as an outcast and the events that set her on a dangerous quest:
Hello, PlayStation community. We hope you enjoyed the live playthrough of our Horizon Zero Dawn reveal demo during the Paris Games Week Press Conference. There’s a lot more to this early slice of the game than we had time to showcase. Luckily, we’ve created a video to offer you a more detailed look at a demo that prior to this week had only been seen behind closed doors.
When the original Killzone came out for PS2 on November 2nd, 2004, we had no way of knowing its red-goggled antagonists would go on to invade four additional console platforms, five more Killzone games, nine other PlayStation titles, a toy line, a novelization and a manga. But here we are, ten years later, and the world of Killzone is bigger than ever.
When PlayStation TV was first announced, we were super excited at the idea of having Killzone Mercenary running on a big TV screen. So, we went to work on making that idea happen, and are pleased to announce we can finally share the results. Killzone Mercenary update 1.11 is now available across all regions, bringing full support for the PlayStation TV system to Mercenary.
A new batch of free maps for Killzone Shadow Fall multiplayer and Killzone Shadow Fall Intercept hits the PlayStation Store today! Fight against the enemy team on the new “The Statue” competitive multiplayer map, or cooperate with your friends on “The ATAC Tower” and “The Canal” co-op maps.
Today marks the release of a self-contained, standalone version of Killzone Shadow Fall Intercept. If you’re yearning for some co-op action but don’t have a copy of Killzone Shadow Fall, you can now obtain Intercept separately!
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