PlayStation Exclusive 'Horizon Zero Dawn' getting a PC port

Author

SAMRIDDHA SAHA (Gl1tch_mast3r)

Date

Apr, 09.2020

Horizon Zero Dawn Plot

The game is set in the 31st Century. In this day and age, humans are under the control of machines and have limited access to technology. They live in small tribes. Derangement is the reason that machines start to attack human beings. The game features three main tribes known as The Carja are those worship the Sun and are desert-dwelling city builders, The second tribe is known as The Nora, who worship nature and are fierce hunter-gatherers who live in the mountains and The Oseram are tinkerers known for their metalworking, arguing and brewing. The development of this game started back in 2011. The game had a budget of over €45 million. The latest edition containing all the updates known as The Complete Edition, which contains the base game, The Frozen Wilds, and all DLCs, was launched in 2017 December. Now that the PC gamers are getting this game seems like a piece of awesome news. Do mention your thoughts regarding Horizon Zero Dawn coming to PC in the comments section down below.

Horizon Zero Dawn (2017) is getting a PC port, meaning that the PlayStation 4 is losing one of its biggest exclusives. The game will be released in the second quarter of 2020. The incoming PC rollout of Horizon Zero Dawn also would mark the first time that a title made by Sony exclusively for PS4 users is going to hit another platform after its launch. Sony has already shipped over 10 million units of the game to the gamers everywhere till date. Horizon Zero Dawn is Sony's biggest to be announced for the PC platform, even though it's already 3 years old. The PC games market is large and untapped by Sony. And it's been a popular adage since the Nintendo Switch's release: The ideal gaming setup is to have a good PC paired with a Nintendo Switch to enjoy Nintendo's exclusive titles. However, owning a PlayStation still means having a key to the house of the "Uncharted" series, "The Last of Us", "God of War", "Bloodborne", "Spider-Man" and the upcoming "Final Fantasy 7 Remake", one of the year's most anticipated titles. 

"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," Hulst said on the PlayStation blog. "And to maybe put a few minds at ease, releasing one first-party AAA title to PC doesn't necessarily mean that every game now will come to PC."

-Sony PlayStation's Head of Worldwide Studios and founder and former director of Horizon developer Guerrilla Games.

Talk of Horizon Zero Dawn as a PC release had been preceded by mention of several console exclusives: the recently released content creation suite Dreams, March baseball sim MLB The Show, May's The Last of Us Part II and June's Ghost Of Tsushima.