Horizon: Zero Dawn is shaping up to be one of the best looking games to be out in early 2017. Guerrilla Games has been kind enough to answer many questions about the game via Twitter.

The game director for Horizon: Zero Dawn, Mathjis de Jonge, replied to many fan questions about the game earlier this week. Some stuff he cannot talk about yet, but other info was given.

First of all, Jonge confirmed that it’s unlikely that we will see a demo released for the game. He said a demo is an interesting idea, but it’s not going to happen because it will interfere with development time. The team prefer they spend the time polishing up the full game instead.

Jonge also hinted that there will be enemies in the water. He said that the “water is dangerous” but didn’t go on further with his answer. Hopefully this is a sign that some robotic sharks are swimming around or something like that.

Lastly, he said that stealth is an option for players to adopt but it isn’t always the best solution to fights. He specifically mentioned stealth might not be an option if you are going up against bosses in the game.

Horizon: Zero Dawn comes out exclusively for the PS4 on February 28th, 2017. The game had to be delayed by a few months as it was originally going to be out in Fall 2016.