Horizon Zero PC version release date confirmed on August 7, frame limit released, benchmark tool included

The fact that Horizon Zero Dunn, one of PS4’s most popular monopoly plans to be ported to the PC version, has already been officially confirmed earlier this year.

And recently there was news that it was going to go to AMD promotions, so there was news that the release date would not be too far, but it turned out to be true.

Last weekend, the release date was registered on the Steam Official Horizon Zero Dunn store page, and the release was confirmed on August 7.

The official price is $49.99.

In addition, PC requirements have been released, and it is known that the recommended specifications require i7-4770K and Ryzen 5 CPU, 16GB memory, GTX 1060 6GB or higher, and Radeon RX 580 or higher.

There is something more known as this store page update. According to the game information FAQ, this Horizon Zero Dunn is introduced to support native 4K and up to 32:9 ratio. In addition, AA and AF type settings have been added.

In addition, it seems to include a benchmark tool to check the PC performance for the game.

Meanwhile, Horizon Zero Dunn was developed by Guerrilla Games as one of PS4’s best-selling exclusives.