Ahead of its April 19 release date, Sony and Guerrilla Games on Friday shared a new trailer for Horizon Forbidden West: Burning Shores. The DLC is set to tell the next chapter of Aloy’s story. The trailer offers a new look at Burning Shores, a volcanic archipelago that was once home to Los Angeles. We also got a closer look at the Metal Devil boss fight that was shown at the end of the Sony and Guerrilla announcement trailer.
That battle is one of the reasons Forbidden Horizon West: burning shores It won’t be available on PlayStation 4, although you can play the original game on Sony. “The ruined cityscape of and around Los Angeles is highly detailed and requires a lot of processing power as well as fast streaming technology to function properly.” Forbidden Horizon West Game Director Mathijs de Jonge. He went on to add that there’s “one particular battle scene that requires a LOT of memory and processing power.”