Lacking deliberate “vacation season” 2021 launch.
Horizon Forbidden West, the extremely anticipated follow-up to Guerrilla Video games’ acclaimed open-world action-adventure Horizon Zero Daybreak, has reportedly been delayed into 2022.
Introduced last summer, Horizon Forbidden West was initially set to launch for PlayStation 4 and PS5 towards the top of this 12 months; nonetheless, Sony hinted a slip may be attainable back it June, when it introduced God of Conflict: Ragnarok would now be a 2022 title. “We predict we’re on monitor to launch [Horizon Forbidden West] this vacation season,” stated PlayStation Studios boss Hermen Hulst on the time, “However that is not fairly sure but, and we’re working as arduous as we will to verify that to you as quickly as we will.”
Hints that Sony was now leaning towards delaying Horizon Forbidden West’s launch into subsequent 12 months first surfaced yesterday, courtesy of GameBeat journalist Jeff Grubb, who suggested the corporate was nonetheless “undecided” on the matter throughout his Big Bomb present. Nevertheless, Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier has now weighed in with the extra particular assertion that “Sony has delayed the PlayStation unique… to the primary quarter of 2022”, in line with his supply.
“To make clear one query,” he added, “It looks like the unique rumor was that Sony hadn’t determined but, however my understanding is that the sport was delayed a short time in the past.”
Sony is but to touch upon in the present day’s studies (Grubb instructed the corporate was initially planning to announce Horizon Forbidden West’s delay throughout a State of Play in September), however I am going to replace the story as we study extra.
https://www.eurogamer.web/articles/2021-07-30-horizon-forbidden-west-reportedly-delayed-into-q1-2022 | Horizon Forbidden West reportedly delayed into Q1 2022 • Eurogamer.web