Horizon Forbidden West DLC ‘Burning Shores’ is Available for Pre-Load on the PS5 Console

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If you want to hop into a virtual world where your job is to explore remote regions, battle machines, and also encounter new tribes as you try to return to the post-apocalyptic world of Horizon, it means you should give Horizon Forbidden West a try. That’s the name of an RPG launched in 2022 after it was developed by Guerrilla Games and published by Sony.

Those who prefer running the game on PlayStation 5 consoles are days away from the new Burning Shores DLC becoming available for those platforms. The launch will take place on Wednesday, but the fans already have the chance to pre-load the DLC for PS5 consoles.

Burning Shores DLC download size: 16.76GB

The download size of the Burning Shores DLC for Horizon Forbidden West is pretty bulky, as it’s set at almost 17GB. The expansion clearly doesn’t sound that demanding for the hardware part anymore when you consider that the game itself occupies 90GB.

Here’s a description of Horizon Forbidden West to help you learn more about the game:

It’s up to Aloy to uncover the secrets behind these threats and restore order and balance to the world. Along the way, she must reunite with old friends, forge alliances with warring new factions and unravel the legacy of the ancient past – all the while trying to stay one step ahead of a seemingly undefeatable new enemy.

The new ‘Burning Shores’ DLC was announced four months ago, and here’s the trailer:

In the new DLC, Aloy’s mission is to take down a new sinister threat across Los Angeles, the region that has now become a volcanic archipelago. That means double trouble for the players!

For the moment, the Horizon Forbidden West RPG is available exclusively for the PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 consoles.

Stay tuned to find out more about Horizon Forbidden West!

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