Horizon Zero Dawn PC Release Set For August

Horizon Zero Dawn will be coming to PC for August 7, as confirmed in a new trailer. The game will be arriving via Steam and the Epic Games Store with various enhancements to the graphics, as well as customization features.

Horizon Zero Dawn is expected to support ultra-wide monitors; it’ll also provide an unlocked frame rate, and accommodate the more specialist features, from improved foliage physics and reflection details. Further graphical options are available for optimization, controller remapping, and an in-game benchmarking tool. 

The complete edition of Horizon Zero Dawn contains the official game expansion, The Frozen Wilds, a digital artbook, and instant access to a cache of weapons, outfits, and gear, some of which are listed below.

    • Carja Storm Ranger Outfit and Carja Mighty Bow
    • Carja Trader Pack
    • Banuk Trailblazer Outfit and Banuk Culling Bow
    • Banuk Traveller Pack
    • Nora Keeper Pack

Take a look at the official PC Features trailer below for a visual taster of what the game will offer.

Horizon Zero Dawn has been bought to life using Guerrilla Games’ Decima Engine, which debuts later in July with the PC release of Hideo Kojima’s acclaimed thriller Death Stranding. The game is due on July 14.

The release of Death Stranding on PC, (utilizing Decima Engine), will be a new test of the engine’s capabilities, and to some degree, give an idea of what players can expect from Horizon Zero Dawn.

Horizon Zero Dawn was launched on the PS4 in 2017, and its sequel, Horizon: Forbidden West, is anticipated as a next-gen release, expected at some time in 2021. Along with several titles, including Godfall and Gran Turismo 7, Horizon Zero Dawn was announced during Sony’s Future Of Gaming Event.

Horizon Zero Dawn follows Aloy, a hunter, and outcast from her tribe, which seeks to learn about her past, and fight against mechanical creatures, the Machines.

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