The video shines a light on some of the allies and enemies that main character Aloy will face and teases out some of the story. Additionally, the video shows off masked warriors, but never really says who they are, though they do look very dangerous. We also see Aloy's unique ability to control some of the robot-dinosaur creatures with her mind. The new trailer definitely brings up more questions than it answers--and that appears to be intentional. Check it out below:
In other news about Zero Dawn, it's been reported that the game's release date in the UK has shifted again, this time to March 3. In the US, the game launches for PS4 on February 28.
Zero Dawn was originally scheduled to release in 2016, before Sony announced a delay to 2017. Developer Guerrilla Games said at the time that the delay would afford the company "the extra time required to deliver fully on our ambitious vision for Horizon: Zero Dawn."
For more on Zero Dawn, check out all of GameSpot's previous coverage here.