The Writer’s Guild of America respected Horizon: Zero Dawn with a endowment for Outstanding Achievement in Videogame Writing final night as partial of their yearly awards. Guerrilla Games’ sci-fi masterpiece kick out nominees Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow, Dishonored: Death of a Outsider, and Madden NFL 18: Longshot to win a award.
Horizon: Zero Dawn follows a story of Aloy, a immature lady and clan wandering vigilant on anticipating a law about her descent and existence as she hunts drudge dinosaurs and tellurian bandits. Along a way, she discovers a vast and difficult truths about her universe as she is bearing into a favourite purpose she never utterly expected. The WGA privately respected Narrative Director John Gonzalez, Lead Writer Benjamin McCaw, and writers Ben Schroder, Anne Toole, Dee Warrick, and Meg Jayanth. Chloe Burch voices Aloy, and a diversion facilities other glorious talent including John Macmillan and Lance Reddick.
Twinfinite gave Horizon: Zero Dawn a ideal 5/5 review and an Editor’s Choice designation, observant that a diversion “is a provide to each PS4 owner. Its enchanting universe is a consternation to explore, it controls and looks exceptional, and a unique, modular build of a enemies ensures that fight never gets old.”
The WGA awards have traditionally focused on film, television, and radio writing, though introduced an endowment for video games in 2008. Past winners embody The Last of Us, Rise of a Tomb Raider, and Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End.
Horizon: Zero Dawn has been well-received on a awards circuit. The diversion was nominated for 10 awards during a DICE Awards, that will be hold on Feb 22, and was nominated 6 times during The Game Awards, including for Best Narrative. While there is no news of Guerrilla Games’ subsequent plan and there is no central word per a sequel, an enlargement for a diversion called The Frozen Wilds was expelled this past November.