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Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition is Coming to GOG

After first releasing on Steam, the PC version of Horizon Zero Dawn is finally making its way to GOG in just a few short days.

November 20, 2020

Horizon Zero Dawn was one of the first Sony exclusive titles to make its way over to PC. The game was released on Steam back in August of this year. It looks like now the game is coming to GOG.COM as well.

The announcement came from the GOG Twitter account. The Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition will be hitting the store on November 24 and will feature full GOG GALAXY 2.0 support.

https://twitter.com/GOGcom/status/1329786676185616387

Hopefully, the release goes smooth on GOG. When the game released on Steam, it wasn’t the most stable game out there. Players started to report technical glitches and hard crashes. Guerilla has followed the release with many patches that have stabilized the game since its launch.

It great to see more and more players get familiar with Horizon Zero Dawn. It truly was a great game that was a must-play for PS4 owners and a system seller as well. Its sequel, Horizon Forbidden West was announced earlier this year for the PS5 and it sure does look incredible. I am sure plenty of people would like to see what all the fuss is about before hopping into the next game in the series whenever it does release.

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Horizon Zero Dawn is currently available for PS4 and PC. The game is playable on the newly released PS5 as well thanks to backward compatibility. Make sure to check out DualShockers’ official review of the PC version. If you happen to be interested in the PS4 version, we also have that review as well.

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Grant Huff is a writer at DualShockers located out of Houston. He is a computer science graduate from Texas State University. When he is not playing or covering video games, he is most likely eating pizza.

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