About a month before the release, it seems that the PS4 version of Horizon Forbidden West was apparently leaked. So far there are only screenshots, but unwanted information about the story and other spoilers is only a matter of time to come. Check out the details below.
Horizon Forbidden West PS4 Build Leaked With Images
It cannot be denied that Horizon Forbidden West will release on February 18, 2022, for PS4 and PS5. But just now, around a month earlier, screenshots of the PS4 version of the title have been leaked on various platforms such as Reddit.
Even though the screenshots do not reveal any secrets of the title – especially since the text that can be seen is in Russian – they do show that we will have to be very careful over the next few days to avoid major game spoilers.
According to reports, the leaked PS4 build of the game has all the content planned by the developers – only a few assets and small details are missing. That is, the game can be completed, and players have already figured out how to do it.
It is yet to be known that where the leaker got the game from with certainty. However, it is totally possible that the Horizon Forbidden West media is already in production and that it is a stolen disc from a factory.
Despite the cross-gen approach, we obviously don’t have to worry that Horizon Forbidden West will turn into yet another failure like Cyberpunk 2077. The game also looks exceptionally good on the last-gen console of PS4, but only runs with a maximum of 30 FPS. On the PS5 you have an option for 60 FPS, but the game will run without the 4K resolution.
Recall that Horizon Forbidden West is a continuation of the adventure in the open-world Horizon Zero Dawn. The plot unfolds in the distant future, where humanity has returned to its original form, and the planet’s masters became robotic animals.
Check out the screenshots below.
Primeras imágenes In-game del próximo juego "Horizon Forbidden West" esta vez la versión de las imágenes son de "PS4". #HorizonForbiddenWest #PS4 #Leaks pic.twitter.com/q8ItnfWzdX
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