Horizon Call Of The Mountain Has Reportedly Gone Gold

The enchanting title will be able to show the potential of the PSVR 2 in all its glory.

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  • Horizon Call of the Mountain has seemingly gone gold, as officially announced by Guerrilla Games on Twitter.
  • The title has completed development and is ready to be shipped to players worldwide on February 22, 2023.
  • It will launch alongside the new PlayStation VR 2 headset and is developed to wholly test out its untapped potential. Horizon Call of the Mountain was initially announced alongside the PlayStation VR 2 headset.
  • It is a new VR spin-off entry set in the Horizon universe, which will feature a new protagonist with a hearty single-player story and entrancing visuals.

Horizon Call of the Mountain is a highly awaited entry that will accompany the launch of the PlayStation VR 2. Recently, a new update has confirmed the successful conclusion to its ambitious development. In other words, the title has reportedly gone gold and is slated for a successful launch at its designated release date.

The anticipated game has finally finished brewing, as announced by one of its studio Guerrilla Games’ Twitter handle. 

The short 13-second video shared with the tweet, now amassing 25k views, features the player striking a gong hard; the resonating sound signifies the climax of the long development process. The video then elapses to the in-game footage of a beautiful scenic forest as the logo of Horizon Call of the Mountain appears.

Horizon Call of the Mountain reaching gold status has caused an upsurge of excitement. The fans have rejoiced at the news, with most of the comments discussing the awaited release. The biggest VR title to release for a while is ready to be shipped and will be playable alongside the awaited launch of the PSVR 2. 

In the recently-ended season of delays, the players have been wary of upcoming games’ releases; a title’s development reaching gold is vital for its fans to take a sigh of relief to ensure it does not get delayed near launch.

At first, the users were a little concerned regarding Guerrilla Games not announcing the game going gold yet, but the team has finally cropped out any lingering hearsay of a delay. However, the news above has served as a good foreboding for what is to come for the new Horizon VR spin-off title.

Both the PSVR 2 and the Horizon Call of the Mountain were announced together just over a year ago. Both projects will see the expected release on the same day, February 22nd, making the game a perfect bundle for PSVR 2 enthusiasts.

The new high-budget VR entry is a perfect chance for the players to test out the strengths of the upcoming VR head and the potential of AAA VR games. For many PSVR 2 enthusiasts, Guerrilla Games’ new chronicles are slated to be a must-buy to relish the new headset thoroughly.

Horizon Call of the Mountain is an upcoming VR spin-off set in the Horizon universe, created by the powerful collaboration between Firesprite and Guerrilla Games. The title will feature a new protagonist dubbed Ryas, but Aloy and other significant figures will also make an appearance in the story.

It is undoubtedly one of the most enthralling-looking VR entries due to the highly-realistic visuals and alluring foliage, which seems reminiscent of a high-budget traditional next-gen AAA game. It is specifically created keeping the PlayStation VR 2 in mind and will not be playable without it.

What are your thoughts regarding Guerilla Games announcing the glad tidings of Horizon Call of the Mountain finally going gold? Do you think the alluring VR venture will be able to set a new threshold for VR projects? Do let us know your opinions in the comments below.

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