Horizon Zero Dawn expansion ‘The Frozen Wilds’ release date confirmed

Horizon Zero Dawn
Horizon Zero Dawn has become a ridiculously successful new IP for the PlayStation 4 financially and critically boasting an average of 89 on Metacritic and sold 3.4 million copies as of June 2017. Created by Guerrilla Games known for the Killzone trilogy, players take on the role of Aloy, a young woman who grew up in a world where machines have wiped out civilization over a thousand years ago, but human society still functions. Sony Interactive President Shawn Layden has made it very clear that the company has long term plans for Horizon Zero Dawn, one of which is the first expansion The Frozen Wilds, which was announced at E3 in June and now has a release date of November 7.

In a post on the PlayStation Blog, Jeroen Roding, the community manager at Guerrilla, had this to say:

Back in June, we announced an expansion for Horizon Zero Dawn called The Frozen Wilds. Set in icy territories to the north, this new chapter of Aloy’s journey adds a new area to explore, new mysteries to uncover and new, highly lethal machines to take on.

Today, we’re happy to share that the release date for Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds is November 7th, 2017.

We look forward to sharing more information about The Frozen Wilds as we get closer to the release date. In the meantime, there’s an exclusive Horizon Zero Dawn avatar available for those of you who pre-order the expansion from the PlayStation Store.

If you’ve already completed the game, you won’t have to wait much longer to throw yourself into a new journey filled with snow and new, deadlier machines. Will you be picking up this expansion on Day 1, or are you still working to complete the vast amount of story missions and side-quests like I am? Sound off in that comment section below!

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