Horizon Zero Dawn and Forbidden West are just the beginning of a shared universe that will expand, also thanks to Hogwarts Legacy. From some developers, at least.
The second chapter of Aloy’s adventures, also released on PS4 via Amazon, gave Guerrilla the idea to try to expand the game world in various ways.
And not only in conventional ways with DLC, whose release date of the next one has been announced.
Along with TV series, such as the Netflix one already announced, which latest rumors may have something in common with the show The Boys.
A development that will also be thanks to one of the development team who worked on Hogwarts Legacy, as reported by Push Square.
Studio Gobo, a UK-based team who are accredited as co-developer for the title set in the Wizarding World, but also Redfall and many others, will collaborate with Guerrilla Games to work on future titles of the Horizon saga.
The firm confirmed the news on social media, where it is also recruiting collaborators with open job positions:
We’re thrilled to share that Studio Gobo is now a Guerrilla co-development partner on the Horizon universe. We’re currently filling roles on this and other teams. See our open positions at: https://t.co/4YBMhs8qJq pic.twitter.com/1xwZZKWtr5
— Studio Gobo (@StudioGobo) January 26, 2023
It will be interesting to see how this new graft can contribute to the expansion of Aloy’s world, which certainly deserves to be strengthened in various ways.
After the launch of Forbidden West last year, Guerrilla Games has several other projects in the pipeline, including Call of the Mountain, the virtual reality spin-off for PlayStation VR2.
One of the launch video games of the new generation of PlayStation VR2, one of those that hasn’t already been postponed at least even before the headset finally arrives on the market.
Meanwhile Hogwarts Legacy is preparing for its release and causes discussion, one way or another, this time as regards magic . In fact, the most brutal spells won’t have any consequences in play.