Since final year, Horizon: Zero Dawn developer Guerrilla Games has doubled a womanlike staff.
The Managing Director and Co-Founder of a Dutch studio, Hermen Hulst, announced a news on Twitter to assistance applaud International Womens’ Day.
This comes after a success of a critically acclaimed female-led Horizon: Zero Dawn, that was recently announced to have sold over 10 million copies. For a code new IP from a studio that used to understanding in a dirty first-person shooter authorization of Killzone, that’s impressive.
Hulst tweeted, looking behind during Horizon‘s strange release, “We kind of knew we had something special on a hands, though we never approaching that we’d be receiving daily messages of appreciation from a players to this day.”
One of a womanlike developers from a studio, Concept Artist Choro Choi, drew a International Womens’ Day PS4 theme, stoical of characters from Gravity Rush, God of War, Uncharted, The Last of Us, and other initial celebration games. It is accessible to download for giveaway from a EU PSN. 2018’s EU Women’s Day theme can be downloaded on a NA PSN now.
According to a Entertainment Software Association in 2018, 45 percent of gamers in a United States are women, and adult women paint a wider widespread of gamers (33 percent) than boys who are underneath 18 (17 percent).
A supplement to Horizon: Zero Dawn has not been announced yet, though Hulst recently hinted that maybe there’s some-more of a story to tell. He said, “The environments and a universe that we’ve put together simply lift some-more questions, so it feels flattering abounding to us, though that’s all we can contend for now.”
Horizon: Zero Dawn creatively came out on Feb 28th, 2017, to stellar vicious and blurb response. It was afterwards given 6 nominations during The Game Awards, including Game of a Year.
Cian Maher has discussed in a past for PlayStation LifeStyle what to design in Horizon Zero Dawn 2 and why Aloy is a clever video diversion protagonist. Brianna Reeves also recently talked about what done Horizon Zero Dawn such a good diversion and what we wish out of a sequel.
[Source: Hermen Hulst on Twitter]