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Horizon Zero Dawn Receiving First DLC

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Sony announced the first DLC expansion for Horizon Zero Dawn during E3’s official opening day, and the announcement was accompanied by a brand-new trailer.

Titled ‘The Frozen Wilds’, Horizon Zero Dawn’s newest addition features a lot of snow, a crumbling mountain, and Aloy—Horizon Zero Dawn’s protagonist and only playable character—who is sporting a set of Shield Weaver Armor. Outside of the trailer, details on the game’s first expansion are scarce, but Sony should release more information as the DLC’s release date nears. Watch the full trailer below:

‘The Frozen Wilds’ has no official release date outside of a window set for later in 2017.

Horizon Zero Dawn is an open-world, action-RPG developed by Guerrilla Games and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment for the PlayStation 4. The game released worldwide in early 2017. Horizon Zero Dawn’s story revolves around Aloy, a hunter and archer living in a world overrun by robots. Using ranged weapons, a spear, and stealth tactics, Aloy must combat the mechanized creatures and loot their remains for resources. While playing, gamers will upgrade Aloy’s abilities using a skill tree that will provide her with new talents and passive skills. The game features side quests and a main story that takes players across the entire game map.

Guerrilla Games is a Dutch video game developer that was founded in 2000 as Lost Boys Games. The company is based in Amsterdam, Netherlands, and is a subsidiary of Sony Interactive Entertainment. The company is the proprietor of the Decima game engine, which is the engine utilized by Horizon Zero Dawn. The engine was originally developed by Guerrilla Games for use in Killzone Shadow Fall, the sixth installment in the Killzone series since the franchise’s creation in 2004.

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