Guerrilla Games’ open world RPG epic Horizon Zero Dawn launched last week exclusively for PS4 to widespread critical acclaim, garnering a lot of praise from critics and players alike.
Recently Horizon Zero Dawn‘s Director Mathijs de Jonge took to social media to share some interesting stats of players first week with the game.
With machines of all different shapes and sizes stalking the game’s breathtaking world, it’s rather unsurprising to learn that players have taken down a whopping 152 million Watchers, the smallest of all the machines in Horizon Zero Dawn.
In stark contrast, players have only managed to kill 1.4 million Thunderjaws, one of the largest predators in the game world.
Of course, Horizon Zero Dawn isn’t solely about magnificent machines, there is also wildlife, and don’t players know about it. In total, 20 million poor defenceless Turkeys have so far met their maker at the hands of players looking to gain the feathered beasts meat and bones to upgrade various items.
— Horizon Zero Mathijs (@dejongemathijs) March 10, 2017
Horizon Zero Dawn is out now on PS4.