An early version of Horizon Forbidden West, Guerrilla Games’ action adventure game that went on sale earlier this year has been leaked.
- The leak is related to the game’s alpha version.
- It has unlocked debugging options that allow changes to many aspects of the game. So in a few days, footage showing players doing some magic in the alpha is likely to appear online. Forbidden West and walks through it in search of various curiosities.
- This is supposed to be the version of the game distributed to remote testers during the pandemic.
- Network mode references found in files. We recently learned that a co-op installment of the series is planned, so this shows that the developers have long considered adding multiplayer to the brand.
Remember that Horizon: Forbidden West It was released on February 18 this year. The game is available exclusively on PlayStation 4 and PS5.
The game received unprecedented popularity. On Metacritic, the PlayStation 5 release has an average rating 88%.
Next April, Horizon: Forbidden West Scheduled to receive a DLC story titled Burning Shores, it will be released exclusively on PS5.
This is not the only leak of the early version of the game in recent days
Finally, it’s worth mentioning that the past few days have been exceptionally prolific in terms of leaks of older versions of games.
appeared first on Online An early version of the canceled Rayman 4. Interestingly, the files also include source code and a map editor.
Hunting since 1995
Then A very early version of Lure Leaked. It dates back to 1995 and comes in the form of a demo showing the engine of the first incarnation of this project. The work was rebooted several times and finally hit the market only in 2006.
Halo 3 Alpha
was also leaked Halo 3 Alpha version. In the early stages of work, Bungie wanted to make significant changes to the controls, providing the ability to lean out of corners, among other things. These plans were eventually abandoned.
Duke Nukem 4
Additionally, the initial version Duke Nukem 4Along with a 2D platformer Duke Nukem Forever, emerged. Ultimately, the project was abandoned and never saw the light of day.
Mortal Kombat II
Also the source code of Mortal Kombat II Leaked, along with the game’s early release. Thanks to this, we learn that the game actually has more extensive content and that many elements have been cut, including several playable characters.
Doom 64 Alpha
Finally, a few days ago is also worth mentioning Doom 64 alpha version Leaked online.