Horizon Forbidden West Heads To PC This March

Two years after the release of Horizon Forbidden West, Guerrilla’s sequel to their open-world action-adventure RPG is getting released on PC soon.

Horizon Forbidden West Complete Edition features the base game and the Burning Shores expansion released last year. No PC specs requirements have been posted yet, but given the Burning Shores expansion was PS5-exclusive despite the base game being available on both the PS4 and PS5 should indicate that there might be a bump in requirements, a bit higher than its predecessor Horizon Zero Dawn.

The PC port is, as expected, have been developed by Nixxes.

Horizon Zero Dawn will include PC-specific features including unlocked frame rates, support for all three varieties of upscaling tech (Nvidia DLSS 3, AMD FSR, Intel XeSS), DirectStorage for faster loading times, Steam Input, DualSense controller support and not just 21:9 ultrawide support, but also 32:9 super ultrawide and even 48:9. Anyone wants to play Horizon on a triple monitor setup? You can.

Horizon Forbidden West continues Aloy’s journey in this post-post-apocalypse world where another world-ending threat must be stopped. She will be venturing further westward and discover the ancient lands that was the United States Of America and the many different tribes that calls home here. The cyber-tribal adventure is filled with lush lands, ruins of the past (which is our future if we keep building AI tech and letting climate change for the worse) and fascinating cultural exchanges. As well as big, giant machine animals.

We have a review of Horizon Forbidden West here and the Burning Shores expansion here.

Horizon Forbidden West Complete Edition is releasing on PC (Steam, Epic Games Store) on March 21.

Source: PlayStation Blog

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