PS4 exclusive Horizon: Zero Dawn coming to PC

Ruben Fields
January 17, 2020

We are sure we're not alone in being tempted to buy a PS4 just to play this game (and The Last of Us, which is another biggie we missed out on only having a gaming PC and Xbox previously).

According to industry insiders the critically acclaimed PlayStation 4 exclusive, Horizon: Zero Dawn, will be launching on PC.

This news comes from three sources speaking with Kotaku, each familiar with Sony's plans to bring the game to PC.

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With Death Stranding on the way, there's hope that since both games make use of Guerrilla's Decima engine that there'll be a quid pro quo of a seamless transition to PC. As stated by Kotaku, titles like Kojima Productions' Death Stranding or Quantic Dream's Detroit: Become Human were largely PlayStation funded & branded, also receiving PC support (later this year in the case for Death Stranding), but these development teams remain independent.

It's a post-apocalyptic action RPG featuring a sprawling world packed with quests and collectables, backed with a rich storyline, well-fleshed-out characters, and bow combat against robot dinosaurs, some of which are massive and make for some spectacularly intense fights. What's more, it may experience an upgrade in its new PC home, without having to be locked at 30 fps as it was on the console. On Twitter, Schreier said that "I don't think it'll be the only one!" suggesting that Sony could release other PS4 exclusives on PC if Horizon Zero Dawn is popular. In a big turnaround though, it seems like Sony may finally be ready to look beyond their own big box with the release of Horizon: Zero Dawn on PC.

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