While Sony recently launched the PlayStation 5 to plenty of positive reception, let’s not forget that the gaming giant also made the foray into the PC gaming space in 2020. The success on PC had even seen Sony adopting the new strategy to bring more of its first-party offerings to the platform in the future. So far, the likes of Death Stranding and Horizon Zero Dawn have made it to Steam and the Epic Games Store. However, that is apparently not all. A Horizon Zero Dawn GOG release will arrive on November 24.
Guerilla Games’ Horizon Zero Dawn release has been marked by its page going live on the GOG store. If you prefer this digital storefront, it will also support all of the features of GOG Galaxy 2.0. Just like all the other games on the platform, it will come DRM-free, similar to the Epic Games Store version.
While the initial launch of the open-world action-adventure saw plenty of bugs, a stream of patches has since fixed many of the issues. Aloy and the robot dinosaurs will have a new audience to wow in just a few days.
With Sony busy with its new console, it makes sense that there have not been more developments regarding PC releases. More is certainly coming, however, as outlined earlier in the year. Many gamers are hoping for big hitters such as Insomniac’s Marvel’s Spider-Man to make the migration. The PS5 remake of Demon’s Souls would certainly find an enthusiastic audience as well.
The sequel to Horizon Zero Dawn, Horizon Forbidden West is also currently under development. It is definitely a possibility that we will see it arrive on PC sometime in the future. For now, the Horizon Zero Dawn GOG release is just the latest salvo in the war between Microsoft and Sony, making the PC space a new battleground. For PC players, it will only spell more great games, and that is a win.