Horizon: Zero Dawn Actor Confirms Sequel Is Coming

Horizon: Zero Dawn is one of many titles in the ever-growing back catalogue of Sony exclusives that absolutely nails its audience.

Followed by the likes of the award-winning God of War, Horizon: Zero Dawn was a mammoth success, and lots of players have been eagerly awaiting confirmation of a sequel.

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Developer Guerrilla Games clearly has a cash-cow on its hands with this soon-to-be franchise, so it’s really no surprise to hear that a sequel has been confirmed.

Still, it’s nonetheless exciting, though details are still very thin on the ground.

The news comes courtesy of Horizon: Zero Dawn’s Frozen Wilds DLC voice actor, Janina Gavankar, who maybe wasn’t supposed to mention this…[via GamesRadar].

Gavankar spoke to a fan (watch it on livestream here) at the Star Wars Celebration 2019 event last week.

She said of a sequel [via Reddit]: “It’s incredible. Just wait ’til you see the sequel, you’re gonna die. I know some secrets, you’re gonna die.”

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Considering that Guerrilla Games and Sony have yet to formally announce the game, I can imagine Gavankar probably shouldn’t have spilled the beans on this one…

A recent leak has suggested that Horizon: Zero Dawn 2 is indeed in development, and that it’s going to be available on the PlayStation 5.

A Pastebin file [via GamesRadar], which is supposedly from a game developer in Europe, and first appeared back in December has revealed (apparently) a lot of information about the PS5 and its games.

The ‘leak’ says that Gran Turismo 7 (with VR support), PUBG free-to-play (4K remaster), The Last of us Part 2remaster and a Ghost of Tsushima remaster will be the console’s exclusive titles. A sequel to Horizon: Zero Dawn is claimed to have a 2021 release.

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It also says that Battlefield: Bad Company 3, Harry Potter, GTA 6 and Assassin’s Creed are also headed to the next-gen console.

The same leak also says we can expect Grand Theft Auto 6 to be releasing in 2020 as well, so maybe take it with a pinch of salt.

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