Guerrilla Games’ Horizon Zero Dawn is no longer a PlayStation 4-exclusive game. While a rumor appeared suggesting a port was on the horizon back in January 2020, it has been confirmed Herman Hulst, the current Sony PlayStation Worldwide Studios Head and former Guerrilla Games Managing Director. In Summer 2020, the Horizon Zero Dawn PC port will arrive, and the Steam page is now online confirming it will be the Complete Edition with The Frozen Wilds expansion.
The PlayStation Blog announcement, Hulst said the port was happening, but didn’t provide any details about what it will entail. Instead, he said Guerilla Games Studio Directors Michiel van der Leeuw, JB van Beek, and Angie Smets would be making a subsequent announcement about its contents.
To assuage fears people may have about the Horizon Zero Dawn PC port announcement, Hulst said this doesn’t mean all PlayStation 4-exclusive games will be eventually be multiplatform titles. He also noted, “We don’t have plans for day and date [PC releases], and we remain 100% committed to dedicated hardware.”
The PlayStation 4 version of Horizon Zero Dawn debuted in 2017, followed by a The Frozen Wilds expansion and a Complete Edition later that year. It follows Aloy, a woman on a version of Earth where gigantic mechanical beasts have taken over. She heads out on a journey to learn the truth about her own origins and deal with threats to everyone’s way of life.
Horizon Zero Dawn is immediately available on the PlayStation 4, and it will come to the PC in Summer 2020.