Update: Well, we suppose that was inevitable. Sony has officially confirmed that Horizon Forbidden West: Complete Edition is coming to PS5 on the 6th October. It’s also heading to PC (Steam and Epic Games Store) a little later, in early 2024. You can take a look at the announcement trailer above.
It’ll be priced at $59.99 USD / €59.99 (and we assume £54.99 in the UK), and bundles in the following:
- Horizon Forbidden West for PS5
- Burning Shores DLC for PS5
- Digital soundtrack
- Digital art book
- Horizon Zero Dawn Vol. 1: The Sunhawk digital comic book*
- In-game items:
- Extras in Photo Mode (special pose and face paint)
- In-game items unlocked via story progression:
- Carja Behemoth Elite outfit ·Carja Behemoth Short Bow
- Nora Thunder Elite outfit
- Nora Thunder Sling
- Apex Clawstrider Machine Strike piece
- Resources pack
Original Story: Sony’s worst-kept secret, Horizon Forbidden West Complete Edition, appears to be releasing very soon indeed. The game, which bundles together the main sequel with its excellent DLC Burning Shores, is apparently heading to PS5 and PC on 6th October.
That’s according to a Japanese retail site, spotted by the ever-watchful Gematsu:
If you visit the link in the above post, the listing is no longer there. Gematsu also notes the listing for the Complete Edition mentioned additional bonuses, like a digital art book, comic, and soundtrack.
It all sounds perfectly plausible to us. However, if the game really is launching on 6th October — that’s next week, at the time of writing — Sony isn’t giving itself much time to announce it. Presumably, an official reveal is close at hand, if that release date is legitimate.
We’ll of course keep you updated as and when we hear more. Would you be interested in Horizon Forbidden West Complete Edition? Let us know in the comments section below.
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