'Horizon Zero Dawn' was one of the strongest titles for the PS4, so it's no surprise that its follow-up is heading for the PS5, presumably as one of its earliest titles.

Announced earlier this week, 'Horizon Forbidden West' picks up where the last game left and sees Aloy travelling to a previously unexplored region of far-flung future America, where a new tribe has learned to turn the mechanised beasts to their command.

In a Guerilla Talks video for the game, director Matthias de Jonge talked about the PS5's SSD will drastically reduce or remove loading times for the game, and improve on the already lush graphics seen in 'Horizon Zero Dawn'.

More pointedly, however, 2021 was confirmed as the expected release date for 'Horizon Forbidden West', though de Jonge didn't give a specific date. Currently, the PS5 is set for release in the final quarter of this year, with hopes that 'Horizon Forbidden West' would be a launch title for the console.

So far, 'Deathloop' and 'Assassin's Creed Valhalla' have been confirmed to land near enough to the PS5's launch, with the likes of 'Gran Turismo 7', 'Resident Evil Village' and 'Spider-Man: Miles Morales' expected some time later.

Here's the video in question.