Horizon Zero Dawn is announced for the PC and will be released via Steam, ready for pre-purchase. The game will be playable on the 7th August and like many console exclusive ports, this will have many PC specific settings optimized for its gamers. This will include a benchmarking tool, key mapping, unlocked frame rates, dynamic foliage and improved reflections.
PC Specific Settings and Improvements
There are other settings such as FoV adjustment, render scaling, HDR, Ultra texture graphics setting, shadows, lighting, anti-aliasing option.
This is good. While Horizon Zero Dawn was a Sony exclusive since its release, it shows a trend of its inevitable availability on PC. Just shorting, Death Stranding for PC was announced via its trailer. Death Stranding will be having DLSS 2.0. DLSS is also enabled on Geforce Now. For now, it is not known if it is available via the game streaming service.
Horizon Zero Dawn has a good storyline and its one of those games that took advantage of the PlayStation’s hardware. With PC specific optimizations, the game will be more enhanced, looking in sync with the platform and with the times. But the recommended requirements are humble- Core i7 4770K/ Ryzen 5 1500X, 16GB RAM and either a GTX 1060 6GB or a Radeon RX 580 8GB graphics card. It requires a 100GB storage space.
Those who are interested to pre-purchase for Steam, you can do so from here.