Horizon Multiplayer Alpha Build Screenshots Leaked

Feast Your Eyes With First Look of Horizon Multiplayer!

Horizon Forbidden West, the sequel to Horizon Zero Dawn, is a role-playing action game released on 18 February 2022. The game was developed by Guerrilla Games and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment and is available to play on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.

Like the first game in the franchise, it’s a single-player video game. Still, a few months back, we noticed that Guerrilla Games was hiring on a Horizon Multiplayer as a developer was hiring on multiple posts. Later, the developer officially confirmed on their Twitter account that they are working on a multiplayer game set in the Horizon universe.

Now, a leaker has leaked concept art and the gameplay footage of the upcoming Horizon multiplayer title. The footage from the alpha build looks very different in comparison with the Forbidden West game in terms of graphics – similar to Fortnite, which you can see below; 

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A multiplayer game based on the Horizon franchise is a fantastic opportunity for fans as they will be in for a brand-new experience in the Horizon Universe. We hope everything goes according to plan for Guerilla Games because many famous single-player games have great campaigns but fall short in the Multiplayer area.

Given that a DLC for Horizon Forbidden West was revealed earlier this month, and now a co-op Multiplayer Horizon game has also been revealed, it does not look like Guerilla Games is going to stop with the Horizon franchise anytime soon.

Are you excited about the new multiplayer game based on the Horizon universe? What are your thoughts on leaked screenshots? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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