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is riding a huge wave of hype right now after a slew early reviews gave the game near-perfect scores. The brand new, post-apocalyptic IP from Guerilla Games explores a lush world which is dominated by fractured tribes and wandering Machinery. (Check out the gameplay video below.)

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America's crumbling ruins and swathes of greenery are practically characters themselves in the game, and Sony has capitalized on that with its most recent marketing push for the UK. Teasing what might have been, Sony gave the treatment to some of the most iconic locations and landmarks in the UK. Take a look at the images below:

8. Birmingham: The Bullring

Birmingham: Bullring [Image Credit: Sony]
Birmingham: Bullring [Image Credit: Sony]

7. Cardiff: Millennium Stadium

Cardiff: Millennium Stadium [Image Credit: Sony]
Cardiff: Millennium Stadium [Image Credit: Sony]

6. Dublin: O'Connell Street

Dublin: O'Connell Street [Image Credit: Sony]
Dublin: O'Connell Street [Image Credit: Sony]

5. Edinburgh: Edinburgh Castle

Edinburgh: Edinburgh Castle [Image Credit: Sony]
Edinburgh: Edinburgh Castle [Image Credit: Sony]

4. London: Tower Bridge

London: Tower Bridge [Image Credit: Sony]
London: Tower Bridge [Image Credit: Sony]

3. Manchester: The Beetham Building

Manchester: The Beetham Building [Image Credit: Sony]
Manchester: The Beetham Building [Image Credit: Sony]

2. Newcastle: Tyne Bridge

Newcastle: Tyne Bridge [Image Credit: Sony]
Newcastle: Tyne Bridge [Image Credit: Sony]

1. Liverpool: The Liver Building

Liverpool: The Liver Building [Image Credit: Sony]
Liverpool: The Liver Building [Image Credit: Sony]

It's okay to dream, but we're unlikely to see a 'Horizon Zero Dawn' sequel make the leap across the Atlantic. UK apocalypse fanatics will just have to cross their fingers and hope for a 'Resistance' reboot.

'Horizon Zero Dawn' is available now on PlayStation 4 and PS4 Pro in the US, but UK fans will have to wait until 1st March to explore the game. For now, check out the game's story trailer below:

Are you excited for 'Horizon Zero Dawn? Would you play a version of the game set in the UK? Let us know in the comments below.

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Source: Eurogamer

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