The days of Horizon Zero Dawn being a PlayStation 4 exclusive are numbered. PC players are advised to gear up as the system requirements are as big as the robotic dinosaurs in the game.
On the PlayStation 4, which was originally released in February 2017, Horizon Zero Dawn weighs in at a whopping 48.16 GB heavy. PC players may have already imagined how heavy it’ll be on the computer, just by looking at its gameplay online.
Recently, both Steam and Epic Games Store have finally uncovered the system requirements for the game’s PC equivalent. The PC to be used should first be running on a 64-bit processor and operating system, as Steam reminds.
The minimum requirements are as follows:
Meanwhile, for its maximum requirement:
Accordingly, per PC Gamer, as to what the respective minimum and maximum requirements entail in terms of performance were not mentioned by either of the video game digital storefronts.
Although, GamesRadar+ guesses that at a minimum, it’ll likely be 1080p at 30 FPS, while the recommended could go as high as 1080p or 1440p at 60+ FPS.
Nevertheless, players should expect quite the leap of graphic enhancement from the original PlayStation 4 copy. There’s the option to max the game’s resolution to 4K.
Unfortunately, the PC version won’t have the Raytracing support.
Also, players should note that all the characters, machines, and environments introduced in the PlayStation 4 version will remain the same for the PC version.
So the Horizon Zero Dawn that will be coming to PC is a complete edition. With that said, it’ll include the following, based on its Steam page listing:
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