Guerrilla Games' HORIZON ZERO DAWN - COMPLETE EDITION Is Coming to GOG Next Week


Category: Open-World Games

Guerrilla Games' HORIZON ZERO DAWN - COMPLETE EDITION Is Coming to GOG Next Week

Guerrilla Games and Sony have some great news for PC players who have not purchased Horizon Zero Dawn - Complete Edition yet, as their critically acclaimed production will make its way to GOG in the near future.

The new version of Horizon Zero Dawn - Complete Edition will be released on November 24, 2020. For those unfamiliar with said edition of the award-winning sandbox, it includes the base game, the big Frozen Wilds expansion — which introduces a new snowy area — a digital art book, and a bunch of useful in-game items.

As a friendly reminder, you can play 2017's Horizon Zero Dawn - Complete Edition on both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 (via backward compatibility) as well as PC (via Steam and the Epic Games Store) right now.

Although the Amsterdam-based video game developer has already revealed a sequel to Horizon Zero Dawn — officially titled Horizon Forbidden West — the bad news is that the game is scheduled to arrive only on PS4 and PS5 in the second half of the year. Thankfully, there's always a chance that the upcoming open-world adventure will follow in its beloved predecessor's footsteps and will make its PC debut at a later date.

To celebrate the announcement, the team at GOG has shared this brand-new trailer for Horizon Zero Dawn:

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