Horizon: Zero Dawn worldwide sales top 7.6 million

Best-selling new first-party franchise on PlayStation 4.

Horizon: Zero Dawn

Total worldwide sales for Horizon: Zero Dawn have surpassed 7.6 million units, making it the best-selling new first-part franchise on PlayStation 4, Sony Interactive Entertainment announced.

Horizon: Zero Dawn first launched for PlayStation 4 on February 28, 2017 to widespread critical acclaim, and has won numerous industry awards.

Find comments from Sony Interactive Entertainment and developer Guerrilla Games below.

Shawn Layden, Chairman of Sony Interactive Entertainment Worldwide Studios

“We are incredibly grateful that Horizon: Zero Dawn and Horizon: Zero Dawn – The Frozen Wilds have been received so positively by so many gamers and it is a testament to the fantastic work of the entire team at Guerrilla. The combination of beautiful story-telling and great characters, with excellent gameplay mechanics, has resonated well with fans and led to this exceptional sales milestone.”

Hermen Hulst, Managing Director and Co-Founder of Guerrilla Games

“We had huge ambition for Horizon: Zero Dawn and as we approached the launch we knew people were excited, but to see sales of this volume is truly mind blowing. Since launch, millions of players have joined Aloy on a quest to discover the secrets of the old ones. We hope they enjoy playing Horizon Zero Dawn as much as we enjoyed making it.”

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