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Horizon Zero Dawn Recreated Using Pixel Art, and it Looks Incredible

Guerrilla Games’ open world epic Horizon Zero Dawn released almost a month ago, exclusively for PS4 to critical acclaim for many of its features including its environments, towering machines and stunning in-game world.

The world that surrounds heroine and Horizon Zero Dawn‘s protagonist Aloy is one of wonder. Gorgeous, expansive and full of fantastic detail as showcased in these amazing images that show a band of ants carrying leaves up a tree in unison on PS4 Pro.

Having crafted such a fantastic in-game world, it comes as no surprise to find fans of Aloy and Horizon Zero Dawn‘s many machines attempting to recreate parts of the game using the age old technique of pixel art, with some pretty impressive results.

First up, Reddit user Hericus was kind enough share the below image of a normal Watcher, the smallest and most common of all machines found in and around Horizon Zero Dawn.

Pinterest user Izak Flash shared the following image of a couple Watchers with the game’s logo on a darkened background.

I think you’ll agree that we saved the best till last.

The following image shared by Twitter user toyaken21 is incredible. Matching the likeness of Horizon Zero Dawn‘s beautiful world along with the game’s health bar, level progression, Aloy equipped with bow and arrow, Watchers and even vegetation; all to the gorgeous backdrop of mountains and a bright blue sky.

Quite impressive.

Almost makes you want to play that game doesn’t it?

Horizon Zero Dawn has gone on to sell in excess of 2.8 million copies globally since its release on February 28th, becoming the best new IP launch for Sony in the process. Guerrilla Games has confirmed that it is currently working on a story expansion for the game but has yet to share any details.

Guerrilla Games’ Horizon Zero Dawn is out now on PS4.

Better known as RzrsS in the video game scene, Stephan Rodts has been playing video games for nearly his entire life. He started out shooting poor ducks out of the sky in Duck Hunt on the Nintendo, but now shoots everything that moves. Be warned.


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