For comparison, Sucker Punch’s Ghost ofTsushima has gone on to sell over 8 million units last month — another Sony IP that has been critically and commercially received. It’s impressive seeing these numbers for these franchises when a lot of games these days are now sequels.
In my original review, I said “Horizon Zero Dawn might feel like a familiar romp through an open-world setting, but what Guerilla Games does with the established formula, is what really sets Horizon Zero Dawn as a compelling, engaging, and entertaining game. Combat feels fluid, Aloy moves swiftly, and everything meshes well together providing a premium experience. Guerilla Games has crafted their strongest title in the library and I can’t find myself wanting to leave the world they’ve created.”
Our review of the follow-up, Horizon Forbidden West will go live this Monday, February 14.