Horizon: Zero Dawn will shortly be removing a initial (and reliable to be only) bit of post launch paid DLC soon, in a form of The Frozen Wilds. The Frozen Wilds promises to be a vital story enlargement for a strike open universe movement RPG, and will see Aloy go into a code new area.
But what stirred a preference to work on this story content? What are Guerrilla Games’ aspirations with this new cut of Aloy’s story? Lead Writer Ben McCaw, vocalization to OPM UK (issue #142, Dec 2017), pronounced that a new enlargement is meant to grasp all that a bottom diversion did, while also giving Aloy some-more relations and uninformed cultures and characters to excavate into.
“What we’re saying in a DLC is a limit section between a Carja and a Banuk, it’s a doubtful territory, it’s a really dangerous territory. It’s also essentially inhabited by a Banuk, so there’s been a lot of behind and onward and crusade between a Carja and a Banuk, who have kind of staid into this area,” he said.
“With essay The Frozen Wilds we wanted to do all a things that a categorical diversion did. So we wanted to yield a new area, a new culture, though we also wanted to give Aloy relations to excavate into and eventually a storyline that does what a lot of other quests in a diversion do.”
McCaw also reliable that in terms of difficulty, Guerrilla considers The Frozen Wilds to be a homogeneous of mid- to end-game calm in a bottom game. “We cruise it to be some-more of a mid-to-end diversion in terms of a problem set.”
What this should meant is, if we have already finished a game, we should find a code new, large plea fitting your poise of a game’s mechanics available you. If we have not nonetheless finished a game, well, a good news is that we will have something estimable to demeanour brazen to when we do. Horizon: Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds launches on Nov 7, usually on a PS4.