‘Horizon Forbidden West’ blog details sequel’s world design

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A sneak peak at the Forbidden West

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A new dev blog reveals world design Horizon Forbidden West And how tribes and landscapes come together.

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a post on playstation.blog Guerrilla Games goes deeper with how they’re bringing Horizon Forbidden West The new scenario for life begins with a discussion on the tribes that populate the game world.

“At the beginning of a project, we give a lot of thought to every tribe we’re going to encounter,” says senior writer Annie Kitten. “What are their struggles, how do they fit into the story, and how do they interact with the world around them.”


“Take Tencanth, for example,” Kitain says. “Many of their beliefs are influenced by the ancient ruins of the Forbidden West, and unlike other tribes, they consist of three distinct clans. Their shared history, beliefs, disputes – all of which are important for developing the characters that See you Eloy on your journey.”

One of the first places players see Horizon Forbidden West Chainscrap is. The settlement belongs to the Oseram tribe and consists of large circular metal buildings. Lead Living World Designer Espen Sogan says, “With so much activity, so many visual cues, Chainscrape was a place where we could showcase tons of new systems and animations that make the world and its people feel more alive.” Horizon Zero Dawn, there were a lot of properties and things in the background. In Horizon Forbidden West, they are not just textures: they have been upgraded into real objects that people are using in the game.’

Sogan continues, “Where you previously saw a person standing in front of a forge, they will now actively engage with their surroundings: moving material, leaning on walls, drinking from cups, talking to friends, and Just living their daily lives. They move and exist with purpose.”

Horizon Forbidden West Currently in development for PS4 and PS5, and scheduled for release on February 18, 2022.


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