'Horizon: Zero Dawn' Trailers: Sony Gives Fans A Glimpse Of The Mysterious Post-Apocalyptic World Ahead Of The Game's Looming Launch [VIDEOS]

17 February 2017, 7:10 am EST By Vinay Patel Mobile & Apps

Just days ahead of its scheduled launch this month, Sony rolled out three brand spanking new trailers for "Horizon: Zero Dawn," which was created by Guerrilla Games.

'Horizon: Zero Dawn' Gets Three New Trailers

The first trailer dubbed 'Earth is Ours No More' kicks off by giving fans a brief glimpse of a flourishing world inhabited by humans. Things drastically change following an unknown event, driving everything into darkness as nature reclaims the Earth. Monstrous machines of unknown origin take over the Earth with Aloy, the lead character, left to figure out why. It's worth noting that this is a cinematic trailer, meaning, it does not show gameplay, GameSpot reported.

The second trailer entitled, "Explore the Wild," gives avid gamers a peek at Zero Dawn's sprawling. Featuring awe-inspiring vistas and dark caverns for players to delve into, the trailer shows off waterside villages with folks fishing.

The third trailer titled, 'Overwhelming Odds' focuses on the dangers that players are likely to encounter in the game, including various kinds of mechanized beasts.

'Horizon: Zero Dawn' Release Date & Other Details

"Horizon: Zero Dawn" is slated to hit store shelves on Feb. 28 and the game will be PS4 exclusive. The title will launch in Europe a day later i.e. on March 1. The game developer announced via a tweet that the game will receive a day one patch of about 250MB. Those who pre-order will receive the weapon and armor modifications as well as the Nora Machine Trapper Pack. Click here to order your copy.

Earlier this week, Sony decided to shed more light on exactly how "Horizon: Zero Dawn" could emerge as the video game console maker's new franchise. Moreover, the company also believes Aloy has everything it takes to become a PlayStation icon in near future. For those unaware, Zero Dawn's protagonist, Aloy is inspired by the "Game of Thrones" character Ygritte.

Watch the trailers and share your thoughts in the comments section below!

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