As suspected, Horizon: Forbidden West has been delayed to 2022. Developer Guerrilla Games announced during Gamescom Opening Night Live that, due in part to the pandemic and the studio’s ambition to polish the game further, the decision was made to push the game to next year. It’ll now be released on February 18, 2022.
“It’s no surprise that our teams were hugely impacted by the global pandemic; we have been adjusting to new workflows, protocols, and other challenges, while keeping our teams safe and prioritizing a healthy work/life balance,” game director Mathijs de Jonge said on the PlayStation Blog.
“While the decision to move the game’s launch to 2022 certainly wasn’t easy, we’d like to take a moment to thank all of our fans for their unwavering support; we know how much you’ve been looking forward to reuniting with Aloy and her friends, continuing her story, and exploring a new and more dangerous world. Your passion, fan art, cosplay, virtual photography, and videos have meant the world to all of us,” the director added.
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