One of the best games of the year offers gamers more reasons to revisit it. Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds unfolds a post-apocalyptic Earth, where the combat is more inventive, and the world is denser than the previous game. The new single-player expansion is available starting with November 7th. Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds occurs in the campaign of Horizon.
The game introduces a new biome, modifying a mountain covered in snow called The Cut. The story starts with Aloy who ventures into the Great White North. There, she has to fight a giant robot bear. The new expansion embraces the game’s prestige for difficulty.
The new expansion is here
Therefore, the entrance to the expansion is guarded by this bear-robot where a boss fight would help players unlock many of Aloy’s skills. Hence, our hero stocks up on upgrades and weapons before she head for the mountains. After she gets enough weaponry and ammunition, Aloy decides to collaborate with the Banuk tribe which lives in The Cut. She wants to learn more about some secret science facilities.
Hence, the new expansion remolds the core path of the game. Aloy needs to prove her skills in combat, surpass numerous hunting trials and compile allies. In this way, she will be able to learn more about why those robotic dinosaurs exist. The new mountain introduced in the game guards some new beasts and more outfits and weapons.
Some reviewers argue that the new expansion should have introduced more advanced organizational tools instead of adding new items. Players tend to struggle to manage all the crafting materials and robot hearts.
The new expansion, Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds will help players fall in love with this game twice since it is one of the best games this year. The expansion holds some secrets that must be uncovered.
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