According to a GameSpot article the digital release of Horizon: Zero Dawn has been delayed, but there is no official word yet from Sony.
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According to GameSpot, Horizon: Zero Dawn has been pushed back to it’s previous release date. The game’s entry on the UK PlayStation Store now states the game will unlock on 3rd March. The game had previously been slated for a release of 3rd March, until late 2016 when Sony announced that the game would release 1st March.

However this may just be for the game’s digital release. Global release dates are reportedly fine, with the US PlayStation Store showing 28th February and the European PlayStation Store showing 1st March. This could just potentially be a glitch in the matrix, but we’ll have to wait to hear word from Sony before anything becomes official.

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