The former PS4-exclusive is making the leap to a new store.
Guerrilla Games’ Horizon Zero Dawn is launching on PC storefront GOG later this month.
In a blog post, the CD Projekt-owned store said that Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition would be released on November 24. This version of the game comes with the base release, plus the Frozen Wilds expansion, in addition to a wealth of character cosmetics and a digital artbook.
Horizon Zero Dawn initially launched as a PlayStation 4 exclusive back in 2017. In its first two years in the wild, the game shifted more than 10m copies worldwide.
At the start of 2020, rumours started circulating that Horizon Zero Dawn was going to be coming to PC. This was bolstered by a listing to that effect on – of course – Amazon France.
Official confirmation came in March 2020, just over three years after the game’s initial release. The PC version eventually launched in August. Since its rollout, Guerrilla has issued a number of patches to fix various issues players have been experiencing. The most recent – seventh – of these fixed anisotropic filtering and pre-optimised shaders.
A sequel, Horizon Forbidden West, was revealed at Sony’s PlayStation 5 event in June. There’s no hard release date for the game just yet, but according to a Sony video, it is set to launch in the first half of 2021.