PSVR2’s Horizon Call of the Mountain Is Not So Far From Perfection

PSVR2’s Horizon Call of the Mountain will take you on a journey you won’t forget. From a glimmer in your eyes on seeing the mysterious landscape to a burning sensation in your muscles, it’s not something one can forget. It is a fit for every virtual reality gamer since it offers thrills, suspense, adventure, fun, mystery, and beauty—just not the story. There’s so much to know about this immersive experience.

As you don the PSVR2 headset, you prepare yourself for a journey to a world that’s full of
mysteries, with post-apocalyptic landscapes, snow-covered tundras, and the remnants of a
war between humans and machines. Before feeling anything about the game, you’ll find
yourself lost in the scenic beauty and perfect detailing of everything in the scene. The clouds, plants, mountains, and even the mechanical evil you fight will make you forget where you are.

PSVR2's Horizon call of the mountains

The only area that lacks detailing is the story. Unlike traditional storytellers, this game doesn’t make the narrative its primary element but focuses more on immersing you in it.

Here’s a quick tip: you are going to get tired, so keep your tea ready at all times.
Why? You will find out!

And you know what the highlight of Horizon Call of the Mountain is? Well, whether you are
Whether you are a gamer who loves to take on battles or someone who wants to be free in the mystical lands, this game serves you all! Horizon Call of the Mountain effectively blends genres, creating an all-encompassing game experience. It is a well-mixed concoction of action-adventure, RPG, and exploration, promising fun to all players out there.

But hold on, there’s more! Horizon Call of the Mountain isn’t just a typical gaming
experience; it’s a physical journey that tires you and challenges you, blurring the lines.
between reality and the virtual world. Your real-world movements will effortlessly translate.
into the game when using the PSVR2 Sense controllers, giving an entirely new level of
immersion that will make you feel like a true explorer. Like your in-game character does
While scaling precarious structures and rugged mountains, you will feel like you are reaching up and gripping ledges. Now, climbing may make you feel a little tired, but what’s the fun if you can’t feel the battle pain? Huh?

The storyline of PSVR2’s Horizon Call of the Mountain

The story’s protagonist is Ryas, a disgraced former Carja soldier who was instrumental in the kidnapping of young Prince Itamen from his home in Meridian. In addition to Ryas, Call of the Mountain introduces players to three additional characters. The first people Ryas meets are Carja soldiers Hami and Kavad, whose job it is to accompany him by boat to Marad so he can start his mission. Ryas is sent to Marad because he needs his assistance. They find that the mountain has something luring machines to it, and Marad informs him that his brother went to look into it but hasn’t come back. Marad is worried because the machines that are being pulled to the mountain tore up a settlement. Interesting, right? You view the world through Ryas’ eyes as he searches for atonement for his previous deeds. However, a couple of Snapmaws soon force them to turn back, and one of them kills Kavad as Ryas tries to save him. There are also cameos throughout the story, further establishing connections.

PSVR2's Horizon call of the mountains

Next in line are the heart-racing battles against machines—the true evils you are fighting.
These epic encounters are where Horizon Call of the Mountain PSVR2 truly shines. With your trusty bow and a few other weapons, you’ll need to keep all your senses functional to survive their devastating attacks. You will have the bow at your back. You take your hand to your back to get the bow, then pick up an arrow. Think about it. You will feel like an archer, so to speak. Your weaponry may expand, but you will only have small weapons. The haptic feedback adds a real kick to each hit, making you feel every shot you fire. It’s like you’re right there in the action, fighting for your life against these mechanical giants.

What fun would it be if you didn’t feel like a hero trying to save the world? Well, there might be instances where you feel stuff getting repeated, but as you dwell deeper into the narrative, you’ll know what all you have been doing.

While Horizon Call of the Mountain has a compelling premise, some players might find the
storytelling sparse, with loose plot threads here and there. As mentioned earlier, it has
characters and cameos, but you are not going deeper into what’s happening with the others because the primary goal is to showcase what PSVR2 is capable of. But don’t worry; the adventure is still captivating, with quests and missions that’ll keep you there.

Don’t think too much about what needs improvement; no game is without its hiccups. Here, the allure of the stunning virtual world substitutes for any minor imperfections along the way. Every movement of your body counts, from the movement of your eyeballs to sniffing your nose. You are in complete control, and sometimes you are not.

Horizon Call of the Mountain PSVR2 is not just a technical showcase; it’s a testament to the potential of virtual reality gaming. Considering the minus points, it is not a complete disappointment because, frankly, such intense immersion would lead you to ignore the missing puzzle pieces.

Horizontal Call of the Mountain will have you thinking about the future of immersive
experiences and storytelling in the gaming world. So, if you’re ready to embark on an
unforgettable VR adventure, answer the call of the mountains, and jump right into this boat.
With Horizon Call of the Mountain, the possibilities are as vast as the landscapes it present.

Bob Dilon
Bob Dilon
This blog is my playground, my virtual laboratory where I can explore the ever-evolving world of VR. Expect honest reviews, insightful analysis, and a healthy dose of humor. Whether you're a seasoned VR veteran or a curious newcomer, I invite you to join me on this adventure.



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