Find out about Horizon Call of the Mountain, the game's supported languages, and accessibility features.
Horizon Call of the Mountain doesn't contain any pre-order bonus content.
Horizon Call of the Mountain is currently only available to purchase digitally via PlayStation Store.
Horizon Call of the Mountain will be released on the PlayStation®VR2.
You need a PlayStation®5 console, PlayStation VR2 as well as PlayStation®VR2 Sense Controllers to play Horizon Call of the Mountain.
There are no plans to bring Horizon Call of the Mountain to any other platforms at this time.
A PlayStation VR2 game developed by Guerrilla and Firesprite, Horizon Call of the Mountain tells the story of Ryas, a disgraced former Carja Soldier who played a key role in the abduction of young Prince Itamen from his home in Meridian and the formation of the Carja in Shadow. See the world through his eyes while he seeks redemption for his past actions.
No, Horizon Call of the Mountain is a single-player game only.
Horizon Call of the Mountain is a unique VR game that has been built from the ground up for the PSVR2 which tells the adventure of Ryas, a disgraced former Carja Solider seeking redemption. Horizon Zero Dawn and Horizon Forbidden West, not available to play in VR, instead follow Aloy’s adventures.
Horizon Call of the Mountain’s protagonist is Ryas, a former Shadow Carja soldier who seeks to atone for his actions during the Carja Red Raids and the formation of the Shadow Carja.
No, Horizon Call of the Mountain is a standalone story within the Horizon franchise. You do not need to have played through Horizon Zero Dawn or Horizon Forbidden West.
Horizon Call of the Mountain takes place between two missions in Horizon Zero Dawn, although it is not necessary to have played Horizon Zero Dawn to understand Horizon Call of the Mountain. We are excited to see if our players can pinpoint what missions these are!
No, it is not possible to see Ryas’ arms while playing Horizon Call of the Mountain.
Yes, Ryas will have an encounter with Aloy during the story.
During the Calibration Sequence, you have the opportunity to choose between Gesture, which allows you to move around the world through your physical movements, and Analogue which allows you to use the Sticks on the Playstation VR2 Sense controllers to move in the game. You can change the control scheme via the Options menu.
While there is limited functionality with a DualSense controller, it is not intended for standard gameplay when playing Horizon Call of the Mountain. PS Move controllers are not compatible with PlayStation VR2.
Yes, the VR2 headset and Horizon Call of the Mountain support gaze tracking. The game uses gaze-based foveated rendering to help render the world at the highest quality where the player is looking. We also support gaze-based aim assist for shooting arrows, using tools, and navigating menus. This can be selected during the initial calibration screen or in the Options menu.
Hold down the “Options” button on the controller while your head is in a comfortable position, looking forward. This will recalibrate your head position in the game.
You can submit all bug reports using the link below.
The more information you can provide, the easier it will be for our teams to investigate and potentially fix the issue you are reporting. Please use respectful language when reporting issues.
If you have a trophy that is not unlocking, please check you have completed all of the requirements necessary to unlock the trophy.
Networking or connection issues may delay a trophy unlocking. If your trophy doesn’t unlock immediately, it may still appear at a later time.
Horizon Call of the Mountain has a range of accessibility settings:
Horizon Call of the Mountain allows you to modify two values to create your own difficulty settings. These are:
Yes. We’d love to see your video content as you journey through Horizon Call of the Mountain.
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