Horizon Forbidden West: Burning Shores DLC Pre-orders Now Open - NewsWilliam D'Angelo , posted on 22 March 2023 / 2,765 Views
Publisher Sony Interactive Entertainment and developer Guerrilla Games announced pre-orders for the Burning Shores DLC for Horizon Forbidden West is now open on the PlayStation Store .
The Burning Shores DLC will release for the PlayStation 5 on April 19 for $19.99. It won't release for the PlayStation 4 version of the game.
Pre-orders for the game include the in-game items: Blacktide Dye outfit and Blacktide Sharpshot Bow.
View the pre-order trailer below:
Read details on the DLC below:
South of the Tenakth Clan Lands, a millennia of volcanic eruptions and violent seismic activity has carved the ruins of Los Angeles into a treacherous archipelago.
Experience the next chapter of Horizon Forbidden West, as Aloy pursues a sinister new threat to the planet, hidden among these dangerous, untamed wilds.
The Burning Shores contains additional content for Horizon Forbidden West, including new storylines, characters, and experiences in a stunning yet hazardous new area.
- Travel beyond the Forbidden West as Aloy’s story continues.
- Encounter new machines and a compelling new story.
To enter the Burning Shores, you must complete the main quest (up to and including Singularity) in the PS5 version of Horizon Forbidden West – following the main quest, the player will receive a call over Aloy’s Focus, beginning the DLC.
Horizon Forbidden West is available for the PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4.
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Tell me why would I pre-order a DLC... seems kinda pointless, yes can save you some minutes or at most hours on download.
Seems kind of dumb to require people to have completed the base game to play the DLC.
It doesn't matter to me, as I have completed the game. But, what's the point of putting this restriction in?