Guerrilla Games discusses how its various Machines are more mobile and dangerous but also have multiple ways to be defeated.
The short answer is yes, yes they should.
While Aloy has a host of new tricks, so do her enemies as enemy factions can now mount Machines and challenge her as a group.
Job listings suggest that Guerrilla is working on a new multiplayer open world RPG, with reports claiming that it will be a new Horizon game.
A patch for Horizon Zero Dawn improves the game's stability while running in backwards compatibility mode.
Guerrilla Games has leveraged the PS5 for denser polygons on characters, more skeletal joins for improved facial expressions and more.
The newest member of the PlayStation Studios family might be at work on a virtual reality game set in Guerrilla's Horizon series.
PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan also confirms $10 upgrade options will be offered on all future cross-gen releases, including Gran Turismo 7 and the next God of War.
Horizon Forbidden West continues the trend of first party exclusives adopting unpopular pricing models on the PS5.
Other details about the game's pre-order bonuses and an in-game board game called Strike have also been revealed.
The Digital Deluxe Edition includes the PS4 and PS5 versions, Elite items, the digital soundtrack and art book, and more for $80.
Guerrilla Games has confirmed that development is in the final stage. Meanwhile, Horizon Zero Dawn receives 60 FPS support on PS5.
Releasing October 13th for PS4 and PS5 players first, Aloy can throw a projectile that splits on impact or unleash a Cryo arrow with large AoE.
Citing a "person familiar with the matter," Bloomberg's Jason Schreier says the decision behind the delay was made "a little while ago."
Jeff Grubb says he's "hearing" about a potential delay but that it's not a "sure thing." Next State of Play is also apparently in September.
Horizon Forbidden West will also receive more trailers and a release date this Summer according to an insider on Reddit.
"Exciting" updates also coming for indie and third-party titles. However, the next God of War and Horizon Forbidden West won't be featured.
An unannounced project being led by former Rainbow Six Siege director Simon Larouche has been in the works at the studio for over three years.
Game director Mathijs de Jonge says that having to develop the game for the PS4 hasn't limited the developer's vision in any way.
The issue isn't cross-gen games, the issue is Sony's shady marketing, and customers' inability to be even a little patient.