Following the EULA that transpired on Steam on Friday, Guerilla Games confirmed that Horizon Zero Dawn PC will launch on August 7th at $49.99\/¥4900€49.99. \n \nThe recent trailer located below shows the exclusive PC version, such as vibrant foliage, improved reflections, a built-in benchmarking tool, and open frame rates. \n \n \n \nListed below are the PC requirements. \n \nMINIMUM: \no Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system \no OS: Windows 10 64-bits \no Processor: Intel Core i5-2500K@3.3GHz or AMD FX email@example.comGHz \no Memory: 8 GB RAM \no Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 (3 GB) or AMD Radeon R9 290 (4GB) \no DirectX: Version 12 \no Storage: 100 GB available space \n \nRECOMMENDED: \no Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system \no OS: Windows 10 64-bits \no Processor: Intel Core i7-4770K@3.5GHz or Ryzen 5 1500X@3.5GHz \no Memory: 16 GB RAM \no Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 (6 GB) or AMD Radeon RX 580 (8GB) \no DirectX: Version 12 \no Storage: 100 GB available space \n \nFurthermore, the team shared a FAQ page answering questions that fans would have asked and what fans should expect in Horizon Zero Dawn PC. \n \nHere’s a sneak peek into the FAQ section: \nWhen will Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition for PC release? \nPretty obvious already! Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition for PC will drop on August 7th, 2020. \n \nWhere can I purchase the Complete Edition for PC? \nHorizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition for PC is available for pre-order from the Epic Games Store and Steam. \n \nWill Horizon Zero Dawn for PC include the expansion pack ‘The Frozen Wilds’? \nHorizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition for PC has the same content as Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition for PS4, which comes with the expansion pack ‘The Frozen Wilds.’ \nIn terms of tech, Horizon Zero Dawn will support NVIDIA Ansel and also Ultrawide resolutions. The game will also feature the exact engaging open-world experience of the original PlayStation 4 release. \n \nGame Buildup: \nHorizon Zero Dawn is a vivid expression of what can be called an exceptionally designed open world. It doesn't end there. It also has excellent characterization and an original story that doesn't coax elements, allowing for a more fluid growth of characters. \n \nI can say this is a game with little to no faults except the adaptation of some elements from other open-world games. Still, it created every element on its own in one of the best games to date. \n \nSpeaking of which, the new expansion ‘Frozen Wild’ kicks off with new enemies, a new area and more: \n \nWith a new focused story, a harshly beautiful new area, new weapons, enemies and skills, The Frozen Wilds is a good expansion of the open-world game developed by Guerrilla Games. Ultimately, it's more of the same, as the expansion lacks any major new gameplay mechanics, but when so much love is put into a product, is it really an issue? Highly recommended to all Horizon Zero Dawn owners. \nHorizon Zero Dawn PC will drop on August 7th.