Latest Horizon: Zero Dawn Trailer Shows Why The Game Could Upstage Zelda

The start of March is building up to be a battle of giants of open-world games. With Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild trying to jockey into the top spot and cashing in on profits with its hugely promising game, Guerilla Games and Sony is aiming to have Horizon: Zero Dawn as its own Zelda.

Currently, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End holds the claim of the best looking game on PS4. This may well be at an end when Horizon: Zero Dawn releases. The level of detail in the new game is unbelievable. Guerilla is not known for developing the greatest games but the developers do know how to squeeze every bit of performance out of a system.

Horizon: Zero Dawn does draw some major comparison to Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild in terms of diversity of environments. Zero Dawn is also compared to games such as Far Cry, Ubisoft’s staple. Guerilla Games will stand to win a big chunk of the video game revenues this year if they manage to find balance for their game, as published by Game Debate.

Both Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Horizon: Zero Dawn have release dates very close to each other. Nintendo fans have already set their sights on the upcoming new Legend of Zelda title while Sony gamers are ready to buy Guerilla Games’ Zero Dawn. 

Breath of the Wild is a brand new open world title. The previous titles for Legend of Zelda were presented in sandbox form. The new title allows players to roam a massive open world. It is the biggest Zelda game ever made and is stunning. Players can play the game on either the Wii U console or Nintendo’s new console, the Switch.

Horizon: Zero Dawn will be a flagship title for the PS4 Pro and will highlight 4K gaming complete with full HDR support. The game features vast open spaces where players will have limitless explorations. It features amazing details to landscape and mechanical creatures that live in it, as published by Redbull.com

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