Horizon Forbidden West’s Burning Shores DLC requires completion of the main story

Horizon Forbidden WestObviously the main story of “It Must End” if you want to play next Burning beaches DLC. The Horizon series is one of the PlayStation’s newest and most successful franchises. After spending years on the Killzone series, developer Guerrilla Games chose to change its approach and moved from FPS games to an open-world third-person RPG featuring bows and arrows instead of machine guns and shotguns. It wasn’t really what fans expected from the studio, but it paid off big as it was a huge critical and commercial success that spawned a sequel, a virtual reality spin-off, and even a Netflix adaptation. Now, fans are gearing up for the new DLC for Horizon Forbidden West.

According to a new video from the upcoming PlayStation Burning beaches DLC for Horizon Forbidden West It will require players to finish the main story before starting the game. It’s unclear if you literally can’t play the DLC until you’ve finished the game or if it just means the DLC picks up where the story left off, so it’s recommended to finish the story until you catch up, but either way, you’ll probably have to win Horizon Forbidden West before April 19th. The video also indicates that you’ll get a call from Sylens to start the DLC, so players will likely meet him at least in the main game before they can touch this expansion. Some games require you to reach a certain point in the main game before starting DLC ​​for narrative reasons or in order to be able to obtain equipment that may not be unlocked until later in the game.

As of now, Guerrilla Games has kept plot details for Burning beaches Very rare, but fans can expect to travel to Los Angeles in this expansion. Horizon Forbidden West It saw players heading to the West Coast and it looks like Guerrilla Games is taking full advantage of that. The DLC is also expected to be Lance Reddick’s last performance as Sylens in the Horizon universe.

Horizon Forbidden West: Burning Shores It will be released on April 19. Are you excited for the DLC? Let me know in the comments or hit me up on @Cade_Onder Twitter.

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