If you were one of those PS4 owners who somehow missed the stellar Horizon: Zero Dawn earlier this year, firstly, don’t worry, there were loads of games out at that time; but secondly, there’s a Complete Edition of the game launching on 6 December.
Titled, Horizon: Zero Dawn Complete Edition, the fancy, spiffed-up package of the game includes the base game, along with the soon-to-be-released The Frozen Wilds expansion.
The Complete Collection will also include all the bonus content from the game’s Digital Deluxe Edition, which equates to the Art of Horizon: Zero Dawn digital art book, an exclusive PS4 theme, the Carja Storm Ranger outfit and Mighty Bow, the Banuk Trailblazer outfit and Culling Bow, the Banuk Traveller Pack, the Carja Trader Pack, and the Nora Keeper Pack.
We reviewed Horizon: Zero Dawn back in March, describing it as a “must-play”, and “a gorgeous visual romp through a post-apocalyptic Earth with gameplay that’s addictive yet challenging enough to keep you coming back for more”.
Given that this is called the Complete Edition, it’s safe to say that Horizon: Zero Dawn won’t be getting any more DLC after the Frozen Wilds; so could a sequel be next up for Guerrilla Games’ open-world action game?