Horizon Zero Dawn Hits PC On 7 August With Ultra-wide Support In Tow

It’s already known that Guerrilla Games’ narrative masterpiece Horizon Zero Dawn will be hitting PC this summer, and there’s now a confirmed date to look forward to: 7 August 2020.

The port, which is titled Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition, will be available on both Steam and the Epic Games Store for US$49.99. First announced via a new 90-second trailer, the game is set to usher in a host of features and enhancements tailored for PC requirements, such as ultra-wide support, unlocked framerate, dynamic foilage, improved reflections, deep graphics customisation settings, and an in-game benchmark tool.

Horizon Zero Dawn is the first PS4 exclusive to hop over to a second platform, with Herman Hulst, head of PlayStation Worldwide Studios, explaining back in March, “I think it’s important that we stay open to new ideas of how to introduce more people to PlayStation, and show people maybe what they’ve been missing out on.”

With the added improvements, the title should turn out even more gorgeous than before. A sequel, Horizon Forbidden West, is currently in the works, but no release window has been announced thus far. If its announcement trailer is any indication, it seems players will once again be taken on a wild, beautiful, and satisfying ride again – hopefully not too long after.