Launched as a special game for PlayStation 4 in 2017, Horizon Zero Dawn will come to the PC platform next summer. A new screenshot that shows up shows that the game will support the ultra-wide angle (3440 x 1440).
The video game Horizon Zero Dawn, which we can define as an Action RPG, was launched in 2017 for the PlayStation 4 platform. The game, which has graphics that enchant players, thus managed to gain a solid place among the games made for PlayStation 4 so far. At this point, Guerilla Games, who did not want to be unfair by presenting this visual feast only to PS players, recently announced that the game will be released for the PC platform.
It was wondering how the game, which will be offered to PC players in the coming summer through Steam within Valve, will look on this platform. As a matter of fact, only images taken from PS4 were included in the game’s Steam page. A new screenshot, however, has revealed how the game will look on the PC.
Horizon Zero Dawn will support the ultra-wide angle:
The visual of the PC version of the game on the road shows that widescreen support will be offered on the PC platform. At this point, Anne van der Zanden from the game’s developer team, Guerilla Games, gave a positive answer to the question of whether Horizon Zero Dawn, which was directed to her, will have ultra-wide screen support.
Horizon Zero Dawn, which has sold more than 10 million copies since its release in 2017, is about high-end machines traveling around the world and people returning to a more primitive life. People living in that period usually hunt machines circulating around the world with the help of improved springs. A young woman named Aloy goes on a journey to learn more about the world.
Horizon Zero Dawn, currently on Steam, will be released in the summer of 2020. At this point, you can use this link to access the game’s Steam page and get more information about the game.