From the frozen mountain ranges of the north to the hot, dense jungles of the south, the world of Horizon spans a wide variety of different geographies. Overgrown ruins linger throughout, marking the vestiges of a lost civilization.
The world of Horizon is inhabited by highly advanced machines of all shapes and sizes. Terrifyingly alien yet strikingly familiar, these mysterious automatons combine mechanical strength with organic shapes and an animalistic ferocity.
In the world of Horizon, the last remnants of mankind have regrouped into distinct tribes. Cut off from the knowledge and technological advancements of the past, each tribe has developed its own rich culture and traditions.
Join Aloy on the next chapter of her journey and dive into the beautiful score of Horizon Forbidden West.
Recreate the tallest machine in the Horizon world with this stunning LEGO brick model.
Discover Melee Pits in settlements, Salvage Contracts in the wilds, Outposts and Camps teeming with Regalla’s rebels, plus mysterious challenges, ruins, and more.
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Horizon Forbidden West - Accolades Trailer
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Challenges of the Forbidden West
Immerse yourself further into Horizon with like-minded individuals, and like Aloy, you might make some friends along the way!
To achieve 100% completion in the base game, you need the following:
Shadow Items found:
Please note: Datapoints do not count towards 100% completion. Failing an objective does not affect completion of a quest.
If you're having issues with certain trophies/achievements not unlocking, please make sure you meet all of the criteria for unlocking the trophy first.
If you upgraded the hard drive of your PlayStation 4 without syncing your trophies, please reinstall the previous hard drive and perform a trophy sync. Next, re-install the new hard drive and perform another trophy sync.
If you’ve played Horizon Zero Dawn on multiple PlayStation consoles, please make sure you've performed a trophy sync on all of them.
Please note: To perform a trophy sync on PlayStation, go to Trophies, press [OPTIONS] and select 'Sync'.
If the issue persists, please submit all relevant information such as what trophy is not activating, and screenshots to r/Horizon, the Horizon subreddit which is monitored by the team.
This is by design. You may now continue to explore the world of Horizon Zero Dawn before the final mission.
To start New Game+, load or continue from a saved game that you created after you completed the final quest, then press [OPTIONS] (on PlayStation) and select 'Create New Game+ Loadout'. You can now quit to the Main Menu, where the New Game+ option will be selectable.
For the Nora Keeper, Carja Trader and Banuk Traveller Packs you will have tokens in your inventory that you can trade with any merchant in the world.
The Carja Storm Ranger Outfit, Banuk Trailblazer outfit, Carja Mighty Bow and Banuk Culling Bow can be obtained by visiting any Merchant outside of The Embrace or The Cut. These Merchants will have special treasure boxes that will contain the weapons and outfits. Please look for the following treasure boxes:
Carja Storm Ranger Outfit Box
Banuk Trailblazer Outfit Box
Carja Mighty Bow Box
Banuk Culling Bow Box
Save games from Horizon Zero Dawn are compatible with Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition, but only if both games are from the same region.
The exception is Latin America - save games from the Latin American edition of Horizon Zero Dawn are not guaranteed to be compatible with Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition in every Latin American country.
Below is a list of title IDs for the standard edition of Horizon Zero Dawn and the corresponding compatible title ID for Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition, broken down by region. You can find the title ID on the disc or on the side of the packaging; it starts with 'CUSA' followed by five numbers.
Standard Edition: CUSA01021 > Complete Edition: CUSA10211
Standard Edition: CUSA07319 > Complete Edition: CUSA10212
Standard Edition: CUSA07320 > Complete Edition: CUSA10213
Standard Edition: CUSA05682 (manufacturing ID: PCAS-02043, PCKS-92029, PCAS-02050, PCKS-92033) > Complete Edition: CUSA10218 (manufacturing ID: PCAS-05046 / PCKS-10029)
Standard Edition: CUSA05661 (manufacturing ID: PCJS53022 or PCJS53019) > Complete Edition: CUSA10234 (manufacturing ID: PCJS66013)
Standard Edition: CUSA01967 > Complete Edition: CUSA10237
Standard Edition: CUSA07326 > Complete Edition: CUSA10237*
(*Latin American title ID. May not work in every country.)
Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds has been tuned for players at level 30 and higher. Players below this threshold may find the expansion content too challenging.
Visit the Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds page for more information.
Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds adds several quest-givers to the main game region, who will point players to a new region called 'The Cut'. These new quest givers can be recognized by a new blue marker over their heads in the following locations:
Outside Meridian you can find Rhavid, a Carja Noble with information and speculation about the Banuk border lands.
Inside the Carja border fort, Daytower, you can speak with Ohtur for directions to The Cut.
North of the Grave Hoard you can find Yariki, a Banuk woman on her way out of The Cut with dire warnings about the dangers found to the north.