Horizon Forbidden West Cheats on PlayStation 5 (PS5)
- Category: Main Game
- First Released: Feb 17, 2022
- Genres: Role-playing (RPG), Adventure
- Themes: Action, Science fiction, Open world
- Ratings: PEGI 16, ESRB T
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Although Horizon Forbidden West does not offer cheats in the form of cheat codes or trainers that the user can download, there are some doors in the game that require time and effort to open. The doors offer more content for the users, here follows the list of doors and their cheat codes to save you the effort of spending hours trying to discover the codes.
- The Daunt (Relic Ruins) - 1705
- No Man’s Land (Relic Ruins) - 2204
- Restless Wealds (Relic Ruins) - 1923
- Isle of Spires: Level 9 (Relic Ruins) - 2019
- Isle of Spires: Level 7 (Relic Ruins) - 109
- Ornament Code: Isle of Spires Level 6 - 2109109
- Deaths Door (Latopolis) - 7482
- Forbidden Legacy - 1st Door: 102023
2nd Door: 402625
- Dunehollow - 739135
- Cradle of Echoes(Distress Signal) - 237
- The Spinebreak - 2054
- Base Secret Room - 9626118
Thunderjaw free XP and ShardsGlitches
For this exploit, you need to have established the base. Once the base has been established, Northwest of your base there will be some bandits that kill a thunderjaw and collect its parts. If you were to kill those bandits, you will get the parts from the thunderjaw without having to kill yourself. If you go back to the base and save and reload, the thunderjaw and bandits will respawn, enabling you to repeat the process as many times as you would like. This run takes you about two minutes to complete, so redoing it does not take a long time and rewards you will a nice experience and shards.
In Honor of Patrick MunnikEaster Eggs
Those of you who have played Ghosts of Tsushima will notice this easter egg pays homage to the game. Not only does it honor Ghosts of Tsushima, but it also honors Horizon Forbidden West's lead producer Patrick Minnik. If you are to explore the Western region, you might come across a prayer mat with which you can interact. This prayer mat bares a resemblance to the same ones in Ghosts of Tsushima. Once you interact with it, it will change the scenery and Aloy will say a few words. Although she does not mention him by name, this is thought to be a homage to the lead producer Patrick Munnik, who sadly passed away during the creation of the game.
Essential Missions for exploringHints
When starting out, as you go explore the world, you might notice that the lack of certain tools and equipment makes it a little difficult to get to certain areas. There are three missions that would make your life a whole lot easier as they supply you with the equipment you need to enjoy all the offerings of the world. Make sure that you have completed “To the brink”, “The Embassy” and “Death’s Door”, these will give you the tools you need to enjoy the open-world exploration.
Leaving The DauntHints
After short tutorial-like gameplay, Horizon Forbidden West will unleash you on a smaller area called The Daunt. The best play for you would be to explore all that the Daunt has to offer, and learn the mechanics and the gameplay here before it unleashes you into the world. Learning how the world works and the best ways of going about certain ways will play to your advantage. Take some time to enjoy the scenery and learn the mechanics before you are thrown into the deep end.
Real Life Locations in Horizon Forbidden WestEaster Eggs
Being the future of our current planet, the world in Horizon Forbidden West contains many real-world locations. The locations that you can find are:
- Yosemite Valley: Bone white Tear
- Las Vegas Strip: Dunehollow
- Interstate 5: Eastern Raintrace Rebel Outpost
- San Francisco(Including the Golden Gate bridge): Isle of Spires
- Zion Human History Museum: No Man's Land Relic Ruins
- Very Large Array: Plainsong
- Caliente Station: Restless Weald Relic Ruins
- Mammoth Lakes Lutheran Church: Runner's Wild Relic Ruins
- Zion-Mount Carmel Tunnel: Straggler's Shade
- Zion National Park: The Daunt
- Zion Lodge: The Daunt Relic Ruins
- Fox Theater: The Long Coast Relic Ruins
- Sierra Crest: The Sheerside Mountains
- Las Vegas: The Stillsands
- The Forum Shops at Caesars: The Stillsands Relic Ruins
Kratos’ Hut from God of WarEaster Eggs
If you were to roam around the North-Western side of the map, you might just discover an axe buried in a tree. This axe looks a little bit like the axe from the God of War franchise, not only that, but if you were to interact with the axe, it will reveal a trail for you to follow. Following this trail will lead you up the side of a mountain and you will eventually come across a hut that looks strikingly like Kratos’ Hut from God of War. Explore around the hut and you will find a war totem, this war totem has a resemblance to Kratos himself.
The Other war TotemsEaster Eggs
With reference to the Kratos war totem that you collect from the previous easter egg, there are 2 more war totems for you to collect that comes from the God of War franchise. The two others that you can find are that of Brock and Sindri( the totems of Brotherhood) and that of Atreus (Kratos’ son). The totems of brotherhood can be found in the Southern part of No Mans Land, you will find a Widemaw with a hammer stuck in it, if you inspect the hammer, it will reveal a trail that leads you to the Totems of Brotherhood. The last totem can be found in the Western region, you will come across some trees that have arrows sticking out of them, head to them, and inspect them like the others, this will reveal the path for you to follow. In the end, you will find the totem of Atreus. If you collect all three of these totems, you will unlock the Mark of War face paint. This facepaint is the exact facepaint that Kratos wears in God of War.
The Sword in the StoneEaster Eggs
If you were to head North from the village of Plane Song, you will come across a large boulder with a sword sticking out of it. This references the story of The Sword in the Stone. There is not much else to this easter egg. If you where to interact with it, Aloy will say things along the lines of that it reminds her of a story from old data points or that she does not think that she can remove it.
Loot everything you come acrossHints
Starting out on Horizon Forbidden West can be a bit tedious as you need so many things to upgrade and find your way through items. This problem can be solved by early game looting, once you start a game, focus on looting as much as you can to create a stockpile that you can use to your benefit later on in the game. This will give you a nice boost to the speed at which you can progress and make the later game content a little bit easier.
Fighting the machinesHints
Horizon Forbidden West offers a wide range of enemies for you to fight and brawl with, some of which can peak any player’s frustration. Fighting mechanical enemies can take a while, bashing them will take ages and not really get you anywhere. The trick to fighting these opponents is that you must focus on certain parts of the machine, severing components from the enemy will take a huge bite out of their health bar, making it easier for you to hunt these enemies down and part the parts that you have been searching for.
Horizon Forbidden West UnlockablesUnlockables
There are many things to unlock in Horizon Forbidden West that are unlocked in many different ways. Here follows a list of items to unlock and how to unlock them:
- Blast Forge: 80 Arena medal rewards
- Death Seekers Shadow: 80 Arena medal rewards.
- Forgefall: 80 Arena medal rewards.
- Tinker’s Pride: Complete all hunting ground trials with full stripes.
- Sun Scourge: Complete all of the Rebel Camps.
- Carja’s Bow: Complete the game's four Gauntlet Runs.
- Wings of the Ten: Collect all 12 black box voice recorders.
- Skykiller: Complete “The Way Home” Sidequest.
- Ancestor’s Return: Complete all 9 Relic Ruins in the game.
Using the upgradesHints
Horizon Forbidden West offers way more options in weapons and upgrades than its predecessor, Horizon Zero Dawn. This gives the player way more options to mess around with, but also makes the idea of what to focus on a bit more fuzzy. While there are many options to choose from, it is recommended that you focus on just a few upgrades and play the styles that you want, upgrading a lot of things can cost a ton of parts and time. This being said, the first upgrades usually cost just a handful of parts, so once you find new things, it will be worth your while to find a workbench and grab the first upgrade. This will help you in the long run if you have to switch between equipment.
Loot in strange placesHints
While a lot of the world looks solid and not interactable, you might just find that there is loot hiding in the strangest places. Like many games before it, there is a reason to go around smashing barrels and looking in car bonnets. Horizon Forbidden West offers loot inside barrels and cars in the strangest places, so it would be worth your while to go about breaking things and searching cars, you might just find a treasure trove where you least expect it.
Listen to AloyHints
One of the great things about Horizon Forbidden West is that the main character Aloy will talk to you as you go about your business. In most games, the things that the characters say have mostly no impact on your gameplay, this is not the case here, however. If you listen to what Aloy has to say as the game goes on, she will give advice such as what element a machine is weak to when you scan them. Other information that Aloy offers runs along the lines of if you can complete a mission in your current state( She will mention that it is impossible because you need “special Equipment”) or whether the enemies have given up looking for you yet. So as you run around the world, it will be a great perk to you if you listen to what Aloy has to say.
Practice your CombosHints
This hint is if you are following your warrior talent tree. Most combat can be resolved with your bow or ranged weapons, but if you are following your warrior tree, then melee combat is your best friend. Going down your warrior tree will offer longer melee combos as abilities that can work in your favor if you know how to use them. Taking some time to learn your abilities and combos will greatly benefit you in combat all around the world. You can learn to use abilities such as jumping off enemies in the middle of combat and other agility-based moves, learning when to use these will make fights a little bit easier for you. In addition, knowing your combos will greatly assist you in boss fights which can take a while to win if you are unsure of your fighting prowess.