Guerrilla Games is making its rumored online project Horizon official

Guerrilla Games, developers of Horizon Zero Dawn and Horizon Forbidden West, has confirmed that a new online cooperative Horizon project is currently in the works at the studio.

Reports of a co-op component for the Horizon series first surfaced in 2020 when VGC claims The studio originally tried to implement the feature as part of Horizon Zero Dawn 2017 before abandoning it to focus on other areas. Koop was then said to have been revived for Horizon Forbidden West, possibly as a separate mode, but again didn’t make the final cut.

As confirmed by Guerrilla’s recruitment-focused Twitter feedThe studio’s co-op dreams are still very much alive, however, as the company is currently hiring for an internally developed “separate online project” set in the Horizon universe. This will feature a “new cast of characters and a unique stylized look” and allow friends to “explore the majestic wilds of Horizon together.”

Digital Foundry is canceling Horizon Forbidden West PS5 patch 1.16.

Fans of Horizon’s better-known single-player action will be relieved to hear that alongside its online foray, the studio “continues to create epic solo adventures for Aloy,” and there’s also talk of hiring an outside project team.

There’s no indication as to what that latter title might be, but 2022 saw reports of a Horizon Zero Dawn remaster for PlayStation 5 and a Horizon MMO rumored to be developed in collaboration with Guild Wars publisher NCsoft.

So everything is in full swing on the Horizon front as the universe gets its next broadcast in Horizon Call of the Mountain, which launches on February 22nd for PSV2. And of course, this live-action TV adaptation from Netflix is ​​also coming up.

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