Horizon: Zero Dawn was one of a best games of a final twelve months. Its beautiful area of wilderness, engaging, wily fight and able heroine Aloy were tools of a winning formula, generally as the secrets behind a prehistoric-seeming world and high-tech bequest were revealed.
As such, one of a biggest assembly reactions during this year’s E3 discussion came when Aloy’s locks of furious red hair hove into perspective during a trailer for a stirring DLC, entitled The Frozen Wilds.
The trailer gives small away, save that Aloy is about to conduct off opposite another widen of gross wilderness, and that she’s after something dark in a quite uninviting mountain. This footage also suggests she runs into a some-more monster form of clan than those she tangled with in Horizon: Zero Dawn, with skull helmets and creepy glow illuminated prophecies aplenty. The strange diversion had gamers extolling a loftiness of both scrutiny and a poise of some glorious bow-based combat, and while a DLC promises some-more of a same, it also has opportunities to serve propel Aloy to Croftian levels of gaming heroism.