Guerrilla Games keeps releasing new Horizon: Zero Dawn, including a new video called “From Corridors to Mountains” that will catch your attention.
This video shows various parts of the game, featuring managing director Hermen Hulst words about its development and the transition from FPS to RPGs.
However, the game has gone gold, as stated bt Guerrilla Games Managing Director on Twitter.
— hermen (@hermenhulst) January 31, 2017
It seems that the team has polished the game as more as possible, adding photo mode and solving any frame-rate issues.
Also, this game is an RPG, but it won’t feature classical RPG mechanics. Director Mathis de Jonge has said that the developers did want to make an open world game but did not intend to develop an RPG from the start:
We’ve been working at this concept from the point of view of a developer, thinking about what works for its concept and its general elements. And then we’ve added these features. We haven’t said from the start that this will be an RPG, and it needs to have these features, it never happened like that. It was always decided that we would have made our choice organically during the course of the development.
Horizon: Zero Dawn is an open-world RPG developed by Guerrilla Games that will launch on February 28, 2017 for PS4 and PS4 Pro.