Guerrilla Games Celebrates the One Year Anniversary of Horizon Zero Dawn with New Video and Player Stats

A year after its debut on the PS4, Guerrilla Games looks back at its acclaimed Horizon Zero Dawn in a new video and with some intriguing player stats.

on March 7, 2018 2:09 PM

Released just over a year ago now, Guerrilla Games’ Horizon Zero Dawn quickly became one of last year’s most acclaimed titles thanks to its rich visuals and sprawling open world, with the studio now looking back on the game’s first year.

Over on the PlayStation Blog, Guerrilla Games released a new retrospective video looking back at Horizon Zero Dawn since it released in February 2017, and includes a number of team members from Guerrilla Games and other developers, such as members of Media Molecule and even Hideo Kojima, talking about the achievements and creativity on display in Guerrilla’s latest venture.

Alongside the retrospective video, the studio also released a new infographic that details some intriguing player stats and facts that the studio logged since the game’s debut early last year. Specifically, the infographic itself reveals details such as how many kills players earned using specific weapons, the number of shards and plants collected, the number of machines overridden, and much more.

For those that have yet to experience Horizon (which I myself just recently finishing playing), the game’s “Complete Edition” (which includes both the base game and its expansion, The Frozen Wilds) is currently on sale on the PlayStation Store, and given that the game crossed the milestone of over 7.6 million in sales, it’s definitely an experience worth enjoying.

Horizon Zero Dawn is available now exclusively for PS4 – you can check out the new video below and the infographic for a look at the game’s one-year player stats (click on the photo for the full-sized image):

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