What you need to know
- Horizon Zero Dawn is coming to PC.
- Guerrilla Games has detailed some of the new graphical options and improvements in this port.
- It's set to release on August 7, 2020.
Earlier this year, Guerrilla Games and PlayStation announced that Horizon Zero Dawn was coming to PC sometime later in the year. Today, Guerrilla Games announced that they are aiming to release Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition for PC on August 7, 2020. It'll be available on Steam and the Epic Games Store. You can take a look at a trailer going over all the new PC features below.
If you've never played Horizon Zero Dawn, this is a great time to catch up and try it out. Guerrilla Games has announced a sequel, Horizon Forbidden West, which is aiming to release exclusively on the PlayStation 5 sometime in 2021.
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