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Horizon: Zero Dawn ‘The Frozen Wilds’ Expansion: Big-Sized Map Announced!

| By: Kazz

Horizon: Zero Dawn gets its big-sized map, according to Sony and Guerrilla Games General Manager Hermen Hulst, during E3 2017 PlayStation Live broadcast. This talk follows the game’s expansion which also announced on the same event. So, how “big” exactly is the map?

Hulst tells the players that the size will be “very chunky” since it presents a new territory located in the northern mountains. A “good-sized map” is expected to contain the new place, as it also presents new adventure for its main character, Aloy.

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Aloy, Horizon: Zero Dawn’s Protagonist

Talking about adventure, quests are also available for Aloy. Not to mention that player can also explore new weapons, taking new challenges offered in the new land, as well as obtaining trophies.

Those features are packed into a DLC that will be released along with the game’s expansion. It contains a new land, The Frozen Wilds, the game’s new chapter which has mysterious things that are hidden.

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The Frozen Wilds’ Area

For you who love to trample and explore the details of the game, this expansion should do well and cannot be missed. The reason is that the developer has attracted you through the game’s new DLC containing features involving mysterious and secrets. Well, do your best to wait ’till this expansion is out.

Horizon: Zero Dawn is available for PlayStation 4 in Japan, Europe, and North America. However, its expansion, The Frozen Wilds, is still in development and will be released sometime this year.

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