|Phenny Lynn Palec |||Jan 11, 2017 10:27 PM EST|
(Photo : YouTube Screenshot) A Thai gaming channel on YouTube inadvertently leaked a tutorial video of the game "Horizon Zero Dawn." Even though the video’s language is in Thai, it still provided valuable insights regarding the game’s mechanics and game play.
"Horizon Zero Dawn" is one of the most highly-anticipated PlayStation 4-exclusive titles expected to hit the shelves this year. Recently, a Thai gaming channel on YouTube inadvertently leaked a tutorial video of the game. Even though the video's language is in Thai, it still provided valuable insights regarding the game's mechanics and gameplay.
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According to VG24/7, the video was posted by YouTube user NGIN.The first few minutes of the video showed off some interesting gameplay mechanics that players can employ while playing the game. It also highlighted some of Aloy's, the game's protagonist, gadgets, their use, and how to use them.
Just like most video game tutorial walkthrough, the video taught players how to crouch, slide, dash, and interact with various enemies and surroundings. It also showed how players can pick up certain items and craft them into more useful ones.
One interesting feature revealed on the video is the scanning function, which can be used to highlight enemies and determine whether they are hostile or not, according to Gamespresso. It also shows how gamers can tag them on the map in order to track them more easily.
The leaked video also gave the gaming community a glimpse of how the quest system of "Horizon Zero Dawn" works. There are different gameplay scenarios that were highlighted like how to approach combat, traps, pikes, and how to take down enemies using ropes.
As of this writing, the first leaked video was already taken down but not before it was picked by several video game forums and websites.
"Horizon Zero Dawn" is expected to roll out on Feb. 28 exclusively for the PlayStation 4 console.
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