Microsoft Hiring For Triple A Title "Similar to Horizon: Zero Dawn"

Microsoft might be working on a Horizon Zero Dawn-esque game

Veteran Horizon Zero Dawn players should check their email as it has been reported, by The PlayStation Brahs, that developer Guerrilla Games has been sending players stats on the game.

A job listing on LinkedIn has surfaced from a member from the G3D recruitment and consultancy service. According to Roberts, Microsoft is looking for environment artists for a "triple-A nextgen title" that's "similar to Horizon Zero Dawn".

So it was quite heartening to see that Sony Interactive President Shawn Layden has already made a decision to give the Guerrilla Games team free rein on exploring much more of the Horizon universe going forward.

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That's another studio I don't tell them what to do. Well, the Xbox One will never get Horizon Zero Dawn, but looks like Microsoft may be planning to make their own version of the game. I love story-based games. When discussing upcoming first-party titles in a recent interview, Phil Spencer suggested that he and the Xbox team do not want to announce a game too early and want to give teams the right amount of time to create these great experiences before they're officially unveiled.

When Horizon Zero Dawn launched back in late February, it was one of the most-anticipated games of the year but, being a PS4-exclusive, PC and Xbox gamers were left out.