Horizon: Zero Dawn sequel, Horizon: Forbidden West is coming to PC in 2024 with DLSS 3,0 support, as revealed at CES 2024 as part of the Nvidia showcase.
Horizon: Zero Dawn was among the first Playstation exclusives to release on PC back in 2020. Fast forward to 2024 and we're getting its sequel on PC. It was revealed today at CES 2024 as part of the Nvidia showcase, alongside the company's refreshed RTX 4000 Super graphics card lineup.
The Horizon series is among PlayStation's most successful franchises and upon release, the newest entry, Forbidden West, was heralded for its impressive visuals. The game will release on PC as Horizon: Forbidden West - Complete Edition.
Horizon Forbidden West gets DLSS 3.0 support
There's a reason the game was part of the Nvidia showcase. Forbidden West will take advantage of Nvidia's proprietary DLSS 3.0 AI upscaling technology as a standard feature. DLSS 3.0 works with Nvidia's RTX 4000 series of graphics cards and generates artificial frames using AI to significantly boost the framerate and deliver a stable gameplay experience. Check out the entire showcase from Nvidia if you want more info on how that all works.
Regardless, Horizon: Forbidden West is an absolute stunner visually and it'll be interesting to see how it performs on PC with or without DLSS 3.0.
The Burning Shores DLC included
To make the deal sweeter, the complete edition includes the Burning Shores DLC. This was also the case with Horizon: Zero Dawn Complete Edition which included the Frozen Wilds DLC. The Burning Shores DLC expands on Aloy's adventures in The Forbidden West and includes some unique interactions with Sylens, voiced by Lance Riddick.
When does Horizon: Forbidden West release on PC?
Horizon Forbidden West for PC already has a Steam page, though it doesn't have an official release date as of now. Guerrilla Games announced the complete edition in October 2023. For now,we know the game releases sometime in 2024.
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