Horizon: Zero Dawn has been pushed back to 2017, according to an industry insider.
The news of the delay to Guerrila’s upcoming PS4 robotic-dinosaur hunter comes by the way of Shinobi, a well-known industry insider. Shinobi tweeted that the game will arrived ‘early next year’, also teasing that the game will look great in 4K, referring to the rumoured PS4.5, which is said to support native 4K resolution.
Shinobi is well known for providing accurate information ahead of official announcements. In the past the insider has been the first to reveal four player co-op in Assassin’s Creed: Unity and was one of the first to claim this year’s Call of Duty from Infinity Ward will be set in space.
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Horizon: Zreo Dawn represented a rapid departure for Guerilla, previously known for working on the Killzone franchise. Hopefully we’ll find out more at E3 2016.