Horizon Forbidden West Complete Edition Reportedly Coming to PC Alongside PS5

Previously only on console, Aloy's latest adventure will supposedly arrive on Steam and the Epic Games Store relatively soon.


Following in the footsteps of Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered and The Last of Us Part I, Sony will reportedly be releasing Horizon Forbidden West Complete Edition on PC soon. This version of the sequel--which hasn't been officially announced--will also arrive on PS5, too.

VGC points out that reliable Dealabs leaker billbil-kun said Horizon Forbidden West Complete Edition could come to Steam and the Epic Games Store sometime in the next 30 days. Though, to be clear, they did not list a specific date.

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The complete edition of Horizon Forbidden West was also spotted by VGC on a Singapore ratings board. However, that listing seemed to only indicate a PS5 version of the game. The complete edition bundles together the base game with the Burning Shores DLC. Keep in mind the add-on never released on PS4 and was PS5-exclusive.

Earlier this year, Sony stated it expected to earn $450 million from PC games through March 2024. Horizon Forbidden West Complete Edition would definitely help with attaining that goal. Plus, Aloy's original adventure--Horizon Zero Dawn--is already available on PC.

Looking ahead, developer Guerrilla Games has confirmed a Horizon Forbidden West sequel is in development. The next game will star Aloy, once again.

For more, check out GameSpot's Horizon Forbidden West review as well as the Burning Shores DLC review.

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