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Horizon Call Of The Mountain VR Spinoff Reveals New Protagonist, Ryas

Sony Interactive Entertainment, Guerrilla Games and Firesprite have shared new information on the new protagonist in the upcoming PlayStation VR2 exclusive Horizon Call Of The Mountain and his name is Ryas.

In Horizon Call Of The Mountain, the Carja Sundom is still reeling from the bloody Red Raids, a brutal campaign of attacks and ritual sacrifice inflicted by the Carja on their neighbouring tribes. These raids, which devastated countless lives, were ended when the Mad Sun-King Jiran was overthrown by his son Avad. The aftershocks of Jiran’s rule splintered the Carja tribe, with those grateful for an end to his rule remaining in the Sundom, and soldiers loyal to the slain leader forcing their way into the citadel at Sunfall, reforming as the Carja in Shadow.

The protagonist of Horizon Call Of The Mountain, Ryas, was one such soldier. Having played a key role in the abduction of young Prince Itamen from his home in Meridian, Ryas seeks to atone and regain his honour. After allowing himself to be captured and imprisoned by the Carja, Ryas was spared execution. Now, he has been recruited by Sun-King Avad and Blameless Marad. A master climber, archer, and hunter, Ryas must earn his freedom in exchange for investigating a new threat.

Guerrilla’s Studio Narrative Director, Ben McCaw, offered us further insight:

“Ryas ended up on the wrong side for the right reasons. His family was torn apart, and ultimately, he was incarcerated. This is the story of how he tries to come back from that. Ryas has a dangerous adventure ahead of him, and while he may be the only one who can do the job, he won’t do it alone.

Along the way, players will meet new characters and be reunited with familiar ones, though his past has affected these relationships, explains Ben. “Having fought for the Shadow Carja, Ryas’ relationship with these characters is at best adversarial. He needs to make inroads and amends if he hopes to be accepted.

We took the Horizon experience and built it from the ground up for VR. And for this, we felt we needed a new protagonist. As a master climber, hunter, and explorer, Ryas offers the perfect viewpoint of the sweeping vistas and dangerous wilds of Horizon.”

Horizon Call Of The Mountain launches on PS5 via PS VR2 on 22 February 2023.

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  1. PSVR 2 Is Immersive & Sleek As All Heck, But… | KAKUCHOPUREI.COM

    February 16, 2023 at 9:00 pm

    […] We were given the following games to playtest and review using the PS VR2 – flagship title Horizon: Call of the Mountain, Moss: Book Two, Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge, Kayak VR: Mirage, and Thumper. […]

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