Horizon: Zero Dawn

It’s sure starting to feel a lot like the week of delays rather than the week before E3.

Sony and Guerrilla Games have just confirmed that Horizon: Zero Dawn has been delayed to March 2017. Shinobi had previously stated that the game would be pushed back to 2017, so it seems that he has come through once again in the leaks department. The game is now expected to release on February 28, 2017 in the EU and March 1st in the US.

Thankfully it’s not all bad news. A new trailer has been released for Horizon: Zero Dawn ahead of E3 2016. You can probably expect to see a new live gameplay demo during Sony’s E3 press conference so don’t get too angry about the delay. For games of this caliber, delays usually result in delivering better experiences in the long run.

Stay tuned to OnlySP on Facebook and Twitter for further updates regarding Horizon: Zero Dawn and all of our coverage at E3 2016.

Nick Calandra
OnlySP founder and former site owner.

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