After the Horizon Zero Dawn was launched on PC at the Epic Store and Steam in August, Guerrilla Games announced that it would add award-winning titles to GOG’s DRM-free catalog. You’ll get a copy from tomorrow, so you don’t have to wait long.
The news was announced via Official Twitter account of Guerrilla Games, With a link to the blog post on the official website. “In addition to Steam and the Epic Games Store, Horizon Zero Dawn will be available on GOG on November 24th for everyone playing on PC,” the blog post said. “Unravel the mysteries of the world and discover your own destiny as an alloy of the young mechanical huntless.”
The story of Aloi sets her on a journey through a beautiful open world to discover the fate of her mother, seeking revenge on the end of her tribe. The game also features a number of giant robot animals roaming around to hunt. Similar to the console release three years ago, the PC version of Horizon Zero Dawn was well received by critics. In fact, just hours after the PC was released, Steam alone reportedly had over 50,000 concurrent players.
Close to home, in Malindy Hetfield’s review of PC Games N, Horizon Zero Dawn received a commendable 7. This review praises the beautiful scenery and fascinating combat mechanics of Horizon Zero Dawn, but conversely raises many issues with gameplay elements and port performance issues. .. Horizon Zero Dawn has undergone many optimizations since then, and the latest patch 1.07 was released on November 4th to support anisotropic filtering and shader optimization methods.
It’s not entirely clear if GOG releases will perform differently from Epic Store and Steam versions, but guerrillas will conquer to improve stability, playability, and of course these very important frame rates. It’s clear that we’re continuing.