There is no traffic after the apocalypse.
So, if you’re tired of a Colorado that’s increasingly filled with spend-happy millennials, maybe you would prefer a Colorado filled with overgrown ruins, tribal societies and gigantic mechanical dinosaurs?
Fortunately (?), that’s what you’ll get in Horizon: Zero Dawn, the new post-post-apocalyptic action and roleplaying title for PlayStation 4 that has recently set the gaming world on fire.
Zero Dawn is an open-world game, meaning players are free to explore however they like. Those landscapes are dotted with familiar Colorado landmarks and landscapes. Also surviving: the paleo diet.
I spotted several familiar scenes in the game’s trailers, as well as in some screenshots captured by various Redditors. In all seriousness, this looks like a lovingly crafted game, and it’s getting correspondingly great reviews.
To be clear, I have no idea what role transplants play in this game’s plot, but I hear there’s a pretty awesome twist, so one can only assume. Also, full disclosure, I moved here myself. Whatever – let’s get to the apocalypse.