A Horizon: Zero Dawn PC port is officially on the way months after rumors first began making the rounds. The former PlayStation 4 exclusive is coming to PC this summer, but don’t expect the console’s other exclusives to follow suit.
Coming to PC as the game’s “complete edition,” which includes The Frozen Wilds expansion, Horizon: Zero Dawn doesn’t have a launch date on the platform yet. It will be available through Steam under Sony’s PlayStation Mobile publishing arm, which has previously only been used for a handful of smaller titles.
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