Horizon Forbidden West Complete Edition Comes To PC This March

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<p>PlayStation console exclusivity used to be a permanent status for a first-party game to have, but in recent years, Sony has been sending its most popular first-party titles to PC as well. Today, we learned about the most recent instance of this – Horizon Forbidden West Complete Edition is coming to PC on March 21. The news comes via the <a href=”https://blog.playstation.com/2024/01/25/horizon-forbidden-west-complete-edition-comes-to-pc-on-march-21/”>PlayStation Blog</a>, where they revealed that both the base game and its 2023 expansion, Burning Shores, will come to the new platform as a package deal.&nbsp;</p>

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<p dir=”ltr” lang=”en”>Brave a deadly frontier in distant lands: Horizon Forbidden Forbidden West Complete Edition comes to PC on 21 March. Wishlist now on Steam and Epic Games Store!<br />
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<p>Bringing the game to PC allows more people to play it, but it also allows people to take the experience to a new level with a powerful PC. Here’s what the blog post has to say about the PC specs.</p>

Horizon Forbidden West Complete Edition on PC features unlocked frame rates, customizable graphics settings, and a broad range of performance-enhancing technologies, including NVIDIA DLSS 3 upscaling and frame generation. AMD FSR and Intel XeSS are also supported. For players with high-end hardware and extra headroom, image-enhancing NVIDIA DLAA is also available. The game leverages DirectStorage for quick loading times on PC.

<p>&nbsp;To figure out if you want to grab the game for yourself, check out our <a href=”https://www.gameinformer.com/review/horizon-forbidden-west/leaping-to-greater-heights”>review of the base game</a>, and then read our <a href=”https://www.gameinformer.com/review/horizon-forbidden-west-burning-shores/finishing-strong”>review of the expansion</a>. For more Horizon, check out our thoughts on <a href=”https://www.gameinformer.com/review/horizon-call-of-the-mountain/a-mountain-too-high”>the VR game, Call of the Mountain</a>, as well.</p>