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Horizon: Forbidden West trailer shows off machines

Sony rescue Latest teaser trailer for hot anticipation Horizon: Forbidden West, showing off the machines in the game’s new setting and hinting that they could be controlled by less-than-interesting forces.

Titled “The Machines of the West,” the trailer opens up to a sweeping view of the scene, including crumbling skyscrapers and underwater treasures, the protagonist Aloy will visit. before introducing the dinosaur-like machines that would appear in the Western Forbidden. It focuses on three new machines for the sequel: the armadillo-like Rollerback, the flying Sunwing, and the snake-shaped Slitherfang.

A voiceover ends the trailer by talking about how to exploit the machines while Aloy rides one that has been taken over, but it also hints that unseen forces of evil will exploit the machines for their own purposes. Of course, with Aloy also able to control creatures to some extent, the game promises to be quite thrilling when the two forces meet. Maybe we’ll see some large-scale machine-to-machine battles. One can only hope.

Forbidden West has been heavily promoted lately, with another trailer announced at Game Award just seven days ago. It looks like the delay to February will remain steady unless something unexpected happens. And from the look of things, one of the first big games of 2022 is set to deliver an immersive experience that fans have been patiently waiting for, especially if you enjoyed collector’s edition. Hopefully it will be worth the wait.

Horizon: Forbidden West will release February 18, 2022 for PS4 and PS5.

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