Horizon: Zero Dawn Goes Gold

One more month to go.


The action-RPG Horizon: Zero Dawn has passed a major development milestone. Developer Guerrilla Games has announced that the PS4 game has "gone gold," meaning the studio has completed its work on the game. Here is a picture of the team celebrating the occasion with some bubbly.

Originally scheduled to debut in 2016, Zero Dawn was later delayed to the end of February. It launches in the US on February 28 and in Europe a day later, on March 1.

It is among the games that is getting an update for PS4 Pro if you have that system. You can read this post to learn about the benefits of playing on the PS4 Pro. Additionally, Guerrilla has confirmed that Zero Dawn will have a photo mode, but we don't know how robust it will be.

For more on the game, check out GameSpot's new preview and this rundown of the game's full skill tree. An action game that features RPG elements, Zero Dawn is a step in a new direction for Guerrilla, which is perhaps best known for creating the Killzone series.

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