Horizon Zero Dawn 2: Now you can hunt Dinobots on PC as Sony confirms developing Horizon Zero Dawn PC. Read Everything Here.

“We need to find new ways to introduce people to Play Station”

PC gamers will be delighted to hear that hit game Horizon Zero Dawn is coming to PC. Sony Interactive Entertainment released Horizon Zero Dawn in 2017 for PlayStation 4. Fans and critics loved Horizon Zero Dawn, especially the story, characterization, visuals, and combat. Number back this because the game sold over 10 million copies and won numerous awards. As a result, the game became one of the most selling PlayStation 4 games in 2019.

Hunt Dinobots Basic Plot

Horizon Zero Dawn is an open-world, role-playing, action-adventure game set in a post-apocalyptic world. Robot Dinosaurs frequently go on a melee in this setting; as a result, humans have started living tribal societies.

The main protagonist of the game Aloy, is a hunter whose job is to shoot down these Robot Dinosaurs. She carries a bow and scientifically advanced arrows designed to bring giant monsters down. Arrows, if selected carefully and shot at the right place, can bring destroy giant Dinosaurs in one go. So, the game also has elements of sort of action-puzzle.

Horizon Zero Dawn 2 Release Date and other important aspects of Hunt Dinobots

The PC version of the game does not have an official release date yet, but it is expected to be available sometime in summer 2020. The steam page of the game, as of now, lacks basic details such as system requirements along with special features for PC.

Furthermore, Game will run on a custom engine named Decima developed by Guerilla Games, especially for Horizon Zero Development. Moreover, this is the second game developed by Guerilla Games after a popular game Kill Zone.

What do executives have to say about Hunt Dinobots?

Sony executive Hermen Hulst on the decision to make Horizon Zero Development no longer an exclusive PS4 game said that “I think it’s important that we stay open to new ideas of how to introduce more people to PlayStation, and show people maybe what they’ve been missing out on, And to maybe put a few minds at ease, releasing one first-party AAA title to PC doesn’t necessarily mean that every game now will come to PC.”

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