aloy in horizon forbidden west burning shores

Horizon Forbidden West Burning Shores Coming to PS5 Only In 2023

Aloy is back in Horizon Forbidden West Burning Shores.

Earlier today during The Game Awards, the world got its first look at the first trailer for the Horizon Forbidden West DLC titled Burnin Shores. This reveal trailer features Aloy soaring above the clouds, fighting in the streets of Los Angeles, and a giant machine creature crashing through the oddly well-kept Hollywood sign.

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The trailer begins with Aloy riding a Sunwing through the clouds above a vast open ocean. As she dives down through the clouds, it’s clear that Aloy is actually flying much closer to land than the beginning of the trailer made it seem. She continues through the clouds and flies around multiple pillars of land that have lava flowing over their steep cliffs.

Continuing on the back of her flying mount, Aloy sees more dilapidated buildings being reclaimed by greenery. At one point she seems to be flying through the tendrils of a massive machine creature, but the full thing cannot be seen immediately.

Once the camera is fully backed out, you can finally see this creature takes up most of the hill where the Hollywood sign is still in decent shape for being over 1000 years old. Sadly, the giant machine finally wakes up at the end of the trailer and absolutely destroys the Hollywood sign.

As this sneak peek draws to a close it’s revealed that Horizon Forbidden West Burning Shores will launch on Apr. 19, 2023. However, the most shocking part of the trailer is the fact that it’s revealed to only be coming to PS5. The PS4 logo was nowhere to be seen while the PS5 logo was displayed right below the release date.

If you want to check out the entire Horizon Forbidden West Burning Shores reveal trailer for yourself, it can be found below.

While you’re here, it doesn’t hurt to scroll down just a bit more to check out the rest of the reveals that happened during The Game Awards.

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Omar is a UofM Duluth graduate who is obsessed with Smash Bros. Video games are life, but life is not video games. Playing Games Since: 1991, Favorite Genres: Puzzle, Platformer, Action-Adventure (mainly Metroidvanias)