Horizon Zero Dawn Preload Now Available, File Size And Unlock Time Revealed

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Sony's next big PlayStation 4 exclusive, Horizon Zero Dawn, arrives in the US on February 28 and in Europe on March 1. Now, people who preordered digitally can preload the action-RPG.

According to GearNuke, the file size is 39.485 GB.

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People who preorder a digital copy of Horizon Zero Dawn from the PlayStation Store will receive a dynamic theme for the game and the Nora Machine-Trapper Pack. This comes with weapon mods that increase the accuracy and damage of weapons, as well as crafting resources.

Horizon Zero Dawn unlocks in North America tonight at 9 PM PT, which comes out to midnight Eastern. It's not immediately clear when exactly the game will become available in other regions.

In other news, you can watch Horizon Zero Dawn's launch trailer here.

Reviews for Horizon Zero Dawn started to show up last week. The game is receiving a lot of praise, including a 9/10 score from GameSpot.

Earlier this month, Sony talked about how Horizon Zero Dawn has the potential to become a new franchise for the company. A report from SuperData said the game could sell as many as 6 million copies by the end of 2017 and up to 8 million for its lifetime, bringing it close to Uncharted 4. This would be a particularly notable achievement, as Horizon Zero Dawn is a brand-new franchise.

In other news, developer Guerrilla Games has announced everything that's in Horizon Zero Dawn's day one update. For more on the game, read all of GameSpot's previous stories and watch every video here.

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