Horizon Zero Dawn was a masterpiece and the gamers were hooked the moment they pressed play. Horizon Forbidden West is due in a few weeks and if you’re scorching the internet for favorite pastimes then don’t.
Here are a few games you can enjoy while you’re making room for Horizon Forbidden West.
1. Far Cry Primal
If you’ve never heard of Far Cry Primal (which I doubt is the case), you’re in for a surprise. It’s also the franchise’s finest switch, in my opinion. Zero Dawn’s enormous, primordial open environment can likewise be explored in Ubisoft’s Far Cry Primal. The only thing you’re not going to find in Far Cry Primal is that you” not be going toe-to-toe in a battle with a computer.
Far Cry Primal, on the other hand, is based on a hypothetical 10,000 B.C. time period. As if that wasn’t bad enough, you’re equipped with nothing other than stone spears and wooden arrows.
2. Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
If you’re like me and prefer slaying fresh-eating monsters, vampires, ghouls, and demons you can’t even spell, let Witcher 3 be your homing coming. Both Horizon games, as well as the Witcher franchise, include story-filled settings with lots of tales to tell, despite their differing storylines. Every attack is meticulously planned by the protagonists, who risk becoming prey themselves if they don’t plan beforehand.
If you’re still thinking to try your luck in an Action-RPG worthy of your time, we strongly recommend it. The parallels between Zero Dawn and Wild Hunt will keep your hunger for Aloy’s following journey at bay until Forbidden West hits the shelves.
3: Days Gone
Open-world Zombie-Survival Days Gone takes place in an apocalyptic world when zombies rule the land. With regards to combat engagements, Horizon titles seem more combat-ready and adaptable than its counterpart.
HZD enthusiasts, on the other hand, will like the unpredictable times that arise when Deacon Lee must deal with large swarms of opponents in one go.
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Even more perilous and unexpected situations may be found in the vast open world as well. The usage of trapping to give you an edge kinda resembles with Horizon franchise. Plus, the game also demands stealth.
4: Red Dead Redemption 2
Red Dead Redemption 2 will leave you speechless even if you’re a die-hard fan of Horizon’s immersive open-world experience, compelling characters, and jaw-dropping storylines. In the beginning, gamers were getting turned off by the title’s rapid speed, but after they realized what it was all about, they couldn’t stop playing.
HZD’s original sluggish pace has also been criticized by others. This is the closest you can go to experiencing a real-life scenario in a digital world. In this game, tedious tasks are transformed into mini-games. Fishing and hunting are great ways to kill time. The successor to classic Red Dead Redemption is a must-have for any and all players. To sum it all Up, IT’S AN ABSOLUTE MASTERPIECE!!!!
5. Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain
The introduction of a non-linear yet impressive open world in MGSV marks a major turning point for the series. Similar to Horizon games, surviving was aided greatly by the use of third-person stealth as well as action mechanics. The massive robotic beasts of Horizon are absent from Metal Gear Solid 5, but the title’s strategic structure and heart-pounding action scenes more than compensate for it.
If this was the final Metal Gear Solid title (Oh! God Please No!!), then the franchise ended on a high note!
Is there anything else like Horizon Zero Dawn that I’ve missed? Comment and let me know what you think down below.