Sony and Guerrilla Games have confirmed a new sales milestone for their 2017 post-apocalyptic action RPG, Horizon Zero Dawn. According to a tweet from head of PlayStation Studios Hermen Hulst and a separate article on the official PlayStation blog from Angie Smets (Studio Director & Executive Producer, Guerrilla), Horizon Zero Dawn has managed to sell over 20 million copies around the world as of November 28, 2021. This impressive figure accounts for both the PS4 and PC versions of the game, the latter of which arrived on Steam on August 7, 2020, marking the end of Horizon Zero Dawn’s PlayStation exclusivity.
Wow, Horizon Zero Dawn has officially sold over 20 MILLION copies around the world across PS4 and PC! What an incredible achievement @Guerrilla, and a big thank you to our hugely supportive fans!— Hermen Hulst (@hermenhulst) February 11, 2022
Now, let’s get ready to visit #HorizonForbiddenWest in a week… pic.twitter.com/OsG3jLY2fX
Guerrilla Games has also shared a beautiful cinematic trailer for Horizon Zero Dawn’s sequel to complement the announcement regarding its new sales record. The trailer comes just a week ahead of Horizon Forbidden West’s official launch, which is slated for February 18. Horizon fans can begin preloading the game today.
The Horizon Forbidden West cinematic trailer is here (PlayStation.Blog)
- In this brand new trailer, we hear Aloy reflect back on Rost’s teachings as she faces new and dangerous threats that you’ll encounter when you’re heading to the Forbidden West in one week.
- And we have good news for those who pre-ordered a digital version of the game: You will be able to preload the game on your PS4s and PS5s starting today!
- While we have your attention, we would also like to thank our amazingly loving and engaging community. We love seeing the never-ending flow of cosplay and in-game photography, and it’s amazing how fast the community has grown as well.