Take a Look at These New Horizon Forbidden West: Burning Shores Screenshots

The upcoming Horizon Forbidden West: Burning Shores DLC has again showcased its beauty. The excitement for the new release has only grown with the arrival of stunning new screenshots. These images provide us with a tantalizing glimpse into the next chapter of Aloy’s journey, set in the ruins of Los Angeles and featuring a heavy focus on the enigmatic Quen tribe. Let’s look at these screenshots and what they reveal about the new DLC.

One of the screenshots showcases the Quen’s impressive settlement, nestled among the perilous archipelago formed by tectonic and volcanic activity. The islands are teeming with deadly machines, and the Quen’s survival hinges on their unique ability to harness the power of the Focus, which grants them access to ancient data.

Another striking image from the new batch of screenshots is that of Seyka, a Quen marine who will serve as Aloy’s companion in the DLC. She’s shown wearing the traditional Quen attire, which is elegant and functional, hinting at her role as a fierce warrior. Seyka’s confident and compassionate nature will undoubtedly make her a valuable ally for Aloy as they navigate the treacherous Burning Shores.

The images also show the devastated landscape of Los Angeles, transformed by centuries of tectonic and volcanic upheaval. Aloy must use her wits, combat prowess, and unique bond with Seyka to navigate this treacherous terrain and uncover the secrets hidden within the ruins. You can take a look at them below:

Horizon Forbidden West: Burning Shores is available to pre-order on PlayStation 5 and will be available on April 19. Make sure to follow the team at Guerrilla on Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok to learn more about the next chapter in Aloy’s journey!

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