Horizon Forbidden West: Anastasya Zelenova's Aloy cosplay challenges a Thunder Devourer

Horizon Forbidden West: Anastasya Zelenova's Aloy cosplay challenges a Thunder Devourer

Horizon Forbidden West

There are now a few weeks left until the release of Horizon Forbidden West on PS5 and PS4, the new PlayStation exclusive by Guerrilla Games, and to deceive the wait Anastasya Zelenova has created a splendid Aloy cosplay inspired by Zero Dawn in which she faces a Devour Thunder, a of the most ferocious and dangerous machines ever.

Aloy is a strong and tenacious character who has won millions of fans around the world since the launch of Horizon Zero Dawn. She is a real icon who over time has basically become the "ambassador" of PlayStation Studios, since she is the protagonist of several crossovers with other video games, including Fortnite, Fall Guys and Genshin Impact.

Anastasya Zelenova has recreated in detail Aloy in her cosplay, with a costume complete with bow and arrow that is largely inspired by the traditional clothes used by Carja hunters, one of the tribes of the world of Horizon Zero Dawn and Forbidden West. The attention to detail is very high, as is the choice of location, which is very reminiscent of the areas surrounding Meridiana, while the Thunder Devour added in post-production makes this cosplay even more captivating, as you can see for yourself in the shots below.

Staying on the subject of video games, but completely changing genre, we suggest you take a look at the phenomenal cosplay of Bela Dimitrescu from Resident Evil Village made by Anna Ahiru.

What do you think of the cosplay of Aloy from Horizon Forbidden West and Zero Dawn signed by Anastasya Zelenova?

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Horizon Forbidden West Has Gone Gold, Guerrilla Releases New Look At PS4 Gameplay

Guerilla Games has announced that Horizon Forbidden West, the upcoming post-apocalyptic sequel to 2017’s Horizon Zero Dawn, has gone gold. To accompany the news, the studio released some new gameplay footage and screenshots from the PlayStation 4 version of the game. 

When a game goes gold, it means the version of the game being put onto discs has been finalized. However, as anyone that plays games today likely knows, Day One updates are quite a regular occurrence and while Forbidden West has gone gold, Guerilla is likely working on one for this title. That means that sure, when you pop in the disc on February 18, the game will be playable but Guerilla will likely want you to download that Day One patch for an even better launch day experience. 

To accompany today’s news, Guerilla has released a new look at Forbidden West, this time on the PlayStation 4 Pro. Studio director Angie Smets said “in the past few months, we’ve shown you a selection of our brand new machines in action, as well as some of the locations and settlements of the vibrant tribes inhabiting the world of Horizon, all captured on the PS5 consoles,” but that today, Guerilla is sharing a “look at gameplay that we captured on the PS4 Pro console.” 

As you can see, Forbidden West still looks great on the PS4 Pro console. You can also visit Guerilla's blog post for a look at some gifs that show off PS4 Pro in-game footage, too. 

While waiting to play it on your console of choice next month, meet the cast of Forbidden West in this trailer and then read about how Guerrilla Games is taking Aloy to new places in Forbidden West. Check out these eight promising improvements coming to Forbidden West after that. 

Are you excited for Horizon Forbidden West? Let us know in the comments below!

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