About a week ago, Guerrilla Games officially announced the forthcoming release of Horizon: Zero Dawn‘s Complete Edition, which will not only contain the open world action-adventure’s base game, but also its DLC known as The Frozen Wilds. Now, in order to give fans of the title a better idea of what the environments within the expansion will be like, the developer and Sony Interactive Entertainment have partnered to release a brand new trailer highlighting the add-on’s areas.
As seen below in Horizon: Zero Dawn‘s Environment trailer for The Frozen Wilds DLC, although the footage is quite brief, fans can get a look at the expansion’s area called the Cut, which is a forested area set to the north of the Banuk homelands. The environment is going to be filled with new machines, freezing temperatures, and even a fourth tribe, with the protagonist Aloy tasked with visiting Banuk camps, trekking across frozen lakes, exploring caves of ice, and much more.
Those looking forward to Horizon: Zero Dawn‘s The Frozen Wilds DLC will be able to pick it up as a standalone item on November 7, 2017, for $20, or through the aforementioned Complete Edition, which is set to be released on December 6, 2017, for $50. Fans who already own the base game will likely find the better deal to be grabbing the expansion a la carte instead of purchasing the Complete Edition and having another copy of the main game.
Considering the fact that the launch of Horizon: Zero Dawn‘s The Frozen Wilds DLC is just several weeks away, it’s a safe bet to make that Guerrilla Games will put out another trailer to further unpack the contents of the expansion. While the developer has claimed that the add-on’s map is quite sizable, most fans will surely want to see even more of what kind of action Aloy will be up against this time around before they buy it.
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