The average rating of Horizon: Call of the Mountain indicates a good experience for PlayStation VR2 owners.
One of the reasons why many users did not go for the PlayStation VR virtual reality headset was the lack of suitable exclusive games at the time of launch and also after. Meanwhile, with the introduction of Horizon: Call of the Mountain, it was revealed that Sony has a launch day exclusive for the PlayStation VR2 virtual reality headset.
In the demos of the latest Horizon game, it seemed that this video game offers a very good experience in terms of visuals and gameplay. Horizon: Call of the Mountain’s average scores are now out, and we’re seeing good performance for the launch day exclusive for the PlayStation VR2 headset. In the following, you can read the opinions of some critics of this game on Zumji and share your opinions with us.
Horizon: Call of the Mountain
- Manufacturer: Gorilla Games and Fire Sprite
- publisher: Sony
- style: Action adventure
- Platform: PlayStation 5
GamesRadar: 90 out of 100
Horizon Call of the Mountain is magic, bringing the world of Horizon to life as a first-person game on PlayStation VR2. The game is stunning and captivating and never forgets what made Horizon Zero Dawn and Horizon Forbidden West so special.
Hobby consoles: 82 out of 100
Horizon Call of the Mountain is the first major PlayStation VR2 exclusive, and it does a great job of showcasing the new headset’s capabilities; With spectacular and attractive graphic effects and the use of a new controller function. This game shows its brilliance especially in the battle with machines; Although it is considered a limited experience.
VGC: 80 out of 100
Horizon Call of the Mountain raises expectations for VR versions of PlayStation’s biggest franchises with brilliant visuals, engaging gameplay, and epic moments.
IGN: 70 out of 100
The high points of the game experience Horizon Call of the Mountain does enough to make the first PlayStation VR2 blockbuster fun, despite the game’s sometimes boring leveling system.
GameSpot: 70 out of 100
“Well done” is a phrase that describes the ultimate quality of Call of the Mountain. There is nothing in this game that is considered a revolutionary move forward for virtual reality games, and it does not do anything unexpected. Therefore, it is exactly what it seems; A well-made virtual reality Horizon that has good shooting and climbing. Also, the game environments are very beautiful. In terms of showing off the potential and what the PlayStation VR2 is capable of, this game does its job very well.