Published: Fri, January 17, 2020
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Horizon: Zero Dawn could be coming to PC

Horizon: Zero Dawn could be coming to PC

A report by Kotaku's Jason Schreier today revealed that Sony is planning to bring PS4 exclusive Horizon Zero Dawn to PC. PlayStation Now is available on PC and PlayStation consoles but Sony isn't as popular with PC gamers as Microsoft is as Microsoft makes the Windows PC OS. Traditionally, the company has adhered to the time-honoured strategy of nurturing its own platform exclusive gaming IP in order to drive console hardware sales.

Developer Guerrilla Games' acclaimed post-apocalyptic open-world action-RPG Horizon Zero Dawn - in which a self-assured young hunter named Aloy murders a bunch of dinosaur robots using a bow and arrow - is reportedly set to leave the loving embrace of PlayStation 4 exclusivity later this year in order to make its way to PC.

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Note that the game coming to PC has been previously rumored in December 2019, reinforcing this speculation. It will likely be sold on Steam and on the Epic Games Store. As stated by Kotaku, titles like Kojima Productions' Death Stranding or Quantic Dream's Detroit: Become Human were largely PlayStation funded & branded, also receiving PC support (later this year in the case for Death Stranding), but these development teams remain independent.

A few hours ago, we informed you about Horizon Zero Dawn potentially coming to the PC. Schreier describes the business move as "an unprecedented move for Sony that signals a future in which the publisher releases games on platforms beyond its own consoles". We'll keep an eye out for official word from Sony, so stay tuned.

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