Back in March, Guerilla Games confirmed that their latest new IP would finally be making its way onto PC at some point this summer, after being a PS4 exclusive since it launched in 2017.
Now, the Complete Edition of Horizon Zero has a release date on PC of August 7 with simultaneous launches on both Steam and the Epic Games Store. Priced at $50, the Complete Edition includes both the base game and the Frozen Wilds DLC, along with several other in-game items and a digital artbook. The trailer below details a number of new enhancements that are arriving alongside the PC version, including ultra-wide resolution support, an uncapped framerate, improved reflections and dynamic foliage. With a PS5 sequel having just been announced for release next year, now is a great time for PC players to check out the acclaimed post-post apocalyptic open world game.
For more on Horizon: Zero Dawn, be sure to check out our reviews of both the main game and the Frozen Wilds DLC.