Sony Release a Swathe of Horizon: Call of the Mountain Screenshots

Ahead of the launch this week, Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) has issued a bunch of brand new Horizon: Call of the Mountain screenshots. One of the most exciting PSVR2 games, Horizon: Call of the Mountain is arguably the lead title for the PSVR2. And SIE certainly wants you to know about it.

Horizon: Call of the Mountain is a PSVR2-exclusive spin-off from the popular Horizon series. Last year, Horizon: Forbidden West launched on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 to significant critical acclaim. Now, SIE are hoping to replicate that success by making a must-have PSVR2 title.

Horizon: Call of the Mountain Gameplay

Horizon Call of the Mountain on PSVR 2  casts the player as a brand new character. You will experience Carja and Nora homelands through the eyes of Ryas, a disgraced former Carja soldier searching for redemption. Prepare to come face-to-face with Aloy, the protagonist from the two mainline Horizon games.

Players will use many of the unique features of the PSVR2 headset throughout their adventure. Climbing vast mountains, shooting a bow and crafting new items from raw materials. A riverboat ride will show off the visual quality of the technology, offering a stunning full 360 view of Nora for the very first time.

Horizon: Call of the Mountain Screenshots

The brand new Horizon: Call of the Mountain screenshots showcase much of the above. The climbing mechanics have been well reported, and Aloy can obviously be seen in the lead image for this article. But how about some of the combat action? The bad guys you will be facing? Checkout the screenshots below for more of these!

Horizon: Call of the Mountain Release Date

Horizon: Call of the Mountain is scheduled to launch alongside the PSVR2 itself this week, 22nd February, 2023. The game is available via the PlayStation Store, priced at £59.99 GBP.

It should be noted that unlike Horizon: Forbidden West, Horizon: Call of the Mountain will not be receiving a PlayStation 4 release. The game is only compatible with PlayStation 5 and PSVR2, and not the original PlayStation VR headset.

Are you excited for Horizon: Call of the Mountain? Is it a day one PSVR2 purchase for you? Let us know in the comments below!