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Horizon Forbidden West: Story Trailer Revealed - Video Page

By Mazen "Mithrie" Turkmani
Published: January 20, 2022 at 12:17 PM GMT

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Google has launched the Google Play Games beta in some regions such as South Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong. And what it will allow you to do is to play Android games on your PC. it will give an app that you can download, you can play your apps and so on on PC. Now, it's something that I've actually been doing myself for a long time now using emulators. My emulator of choice is MEMU, but they want to officially add it. You can head over to the website. You can get notified about when it's available in your region, ideally when it comes to the west and reading the FAQ at the bottom of the website, you can see that the plan is to expand it throughout this year and next year. Hopefully, sooner than later, you'll be able to play Android games on your PC. And the next bit of news for today is PlayStation's stock price fell 10% yesterday on the news of Microsoft acquiring Activision Blizzard. Now the facts are is that PlayStation have had a dominant position in the gaming industry for a very long time and they continue to be on fire, which is what I said yesterday. They have so many amazing games coming out this year. Also, as well, people have been talking about how Microsoft did not spend $70 billion on Activision Blizzard to keep all of the games on the PlayStation console. With that, we just have to wait and see if they follow the same tactics as Bethesda for future games. But the current games, there are potentially contractual obligations to keep the games on PlayStation. But again, we will see with time. The last bit of news for today is PlayStation Studios have released a new trailer for Horizon Forbidden West, which is the story trailer. Check it out. If you're a fan of the first game, then you'll recognize the characters who are coming in and it's nice to see the new characters they are introducing. They've also introduced the character Tilda, who's going to be played by Matrix star Carrie-Anne Moss. It's very exciting, to say the least. I am definitely looking forward to Horizon Forbidden West. Hopefully, we're going to be jumping into it just a few short weeks and I can't wait to explore the hell out of the game, to be perfectly honest.

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