‘HORIZON ZERO DAWN 2’ Now the second version of the game is being released, Now without delay lets jump into the details of When can we play the game.

  Horizon Zero Dawn was one of the defining games of the Playstation 4 era. It was praised for smart AI, an expansive open world and it was all done under a new IP Guerilla Games. The …

 

Horizon Zero Dawn was one of the defining games of the Playstation 4 era. It was praised for smart AI, an expansive open world and it was all done under a new IP Guerilla Games.

The team behind the Horizon Zero Dawn was already established as a consistent developer powerhouse for PlayStation exclusive games. Before this, they were responsible for developing the  Killzone Franchise. The managing director of this game is Hermann Hulst.

System Requirements for ‘Horizon Zero Dawn’:

So you need Windows 10,64bit, cause it doesn’t work on Windows 7 or 8., and a processor that is an Intel i5 2500 k at 3.3 GHz or above or an AMD FX 6300 at 3.5 GHz or above. It’s important to note here that this Intel Core i5 2500 K is a nine-year-old mid-range CPU. It Also requires 8 gigabytes of RAM. On the graphics card front, you are looking at an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 783 gigabyte or an AMD Radeon r9 294 gigabyte. It’s worth noting that the gtx 7800 is a seven-year-old GPU. Of course, this will be a DirectX 12 version game. You will also require 100 gigabytes of available storage space.

The storyline of ‘The Horizon Zero Dawn 2’:

The first update came in the form of the weapon wheel and how it could be better optimized in future installments.

The Franchise and the team will come with new ideas for UI and just weapon wheels in general. In the sequel, the gamers want more machines and hopefully, this game is tied to the next generation of consoles.

The Release Date of ‘The Horizon Zero Dawn’:

According to rumors the sequel to the game is being held back for Sony PS5.

The PS5 is to be released in November 2020 according to reports. Hence the sequel will most probably be released next year. Till then, let’s hope for the best.

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