The robot dinosaurs are coming to Netflix as the market-leading streaming service series that makes one of PlayStation’s most memorable sci-fi games, Horizon Zero Dawn. The development is still in its early stages, but fan speculation has already begun as to who could be the perfect Aloy.
Guerilla Games, released on PS4 in 2017 and three years later on PC, is about a young archer trying to trace her origins in a post-apocalyptic, machine-monstered world.
Horizon Zero Dawn has become something of a fantasy genre for fans of The Witcher 3: a huge, open-world with RPG elements, lots of side quests, and areas to explore. By February 2022, the game had sold twenty million copies, making it one of the best-selling titles on the PlayStation 4 generation. The downloadable add-on, The Frozen Wilds, was released by the Guerilla Games team back in the year it was originally released, and the sequel to Horizon Forbidden West came out on PlayStation 4 and 5 in February of this year, harnessing the power of the latest console quite spectacularly.
Netflix’s successful video player adaptations include Vajas, The Cuphead Show, and Castlevania. Hopefully, we will soon be able to list the live-action series based on Horizon Zero Dawnon here as well.
It’s not over yet: God of War moves to Amazon Prime and Gran Turismo becomes a movie
The film Uncharted has been released under the auspices of PlayStation Productions, and The Last of Us, which is currently being shot by HBO, is on its way, but Ghost of Tsushima fanatics could also enjoy a full-length adaptation in the near future. In addition to these, it has recently been confirmed that Amazon Prime is also making the God of War TV series, which is pretty good news given the giant’s financial resources. It’s not yet known who will play Kratos, but at Amazon, they’re serious about taking control of the market in a fantasy space: the Lord of the Rings is coming to them: the first season of the Rings of Power, and let’s not forget The Legend of Vox Machina, Neither the wheel of time nor the Carnival Row, all of which are already in their second stages.