Sony’s PS4, Horizon Zero, Dawn PC release date set for August 7


Earlier this year, Sony has announced that the popular PS4 title, Horizon Zero, the Dawn of the PC. And now that the game has gone up for pre-order on Steam on the 7th of August. This is the full version of the game that is currently available and is priced at Rs 1,099. According to the developers, Guerrilla Games, and the PC version is going to offer the best possible graphics and visuals. The Horizon Is Zero, Dawn it is an open-world game that takes place in a post-apocalyptic time, which was to be released in 2017. It was critically acclaimed and has been developed by Guerrilla Games, which is owned by Sony. Also Read – Sony play station with 5 pages to go live on Flipkart and Amazon India

The video has been released by Guerrilla Games, it just shows that the game will have support for ultrawide screens, unlocked frame rates, dynamic growth, and are better reflections. In addition to this, there will be the option for you to customize the graphics as needed by the user. The game also has improved reflexes, controller support, and options, and as a benchmarking tool. Also Read – Sony, the PlayStation 4 has a bug bounty-worth-Rs 38 lakh

Herman Hulst, who is the head of PlayStation Worldwide Studios, commented on the Horizon, Zero, Dawn, the port of the PC back to the end of March. He said: “I think what’s important is that we have to be open to new ideas on how to get more people to the PlayStation, and people might see what they have missed out on.” Also Read – Sony-PlayStation 5 price, launch date leaked in to the Amazon France listing, check the details

With the announcement of the PC port, it is an unprecedented move on the part of Sony, as the publisher notes, this may be an indication in the direction of a platform-agnostic future. The Death Of Breakdowns that it was financed and released by Sony on the PS4 this past November, will be arriving on the PC this year.


But the developer Kojima Productions, has been an independent so that doesn’t count. Quantic Dream is a French Studio, which had a similar agreement with Sony, which saw its games Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls, and Detroit Man release it on the PC.


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