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Earlier today Guerilla announced that Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition for PC is due for release on Steam and Epic Games Store on August 7. Alongside the release date, which is right around the corner, the studio also debuted a stunning PC features trailer that highlights all the optimisations coming.

With support for ultrawide displays, unlocked frame-rates (the trailer runs at 60fps), dynamic foliage, improved reflections, and in-depth customisation options. Check it out.

In terms of graphics customisation we can expect to find the following.

Display: Resolution, FOV, FPS limit, Render Scale, HDR
Graphics: Textures, Model Quality, Anisotropic Filter, Shadows, Reflections, Clouds, AA, Ambient Occlusion, Motion Blus

Plus an in-game benchmark tool where we can see 1080p 60fps performance captured on a PC rocking an AMD Ryzen 5 1500X and Radeon RX 580 - so it looks to scale well across hardware. With the PC version of Death Stranding out in a week or so and looking great on PC - a title built on the same Guerilla engine - here's hoping DLSS 2.0 support is included here too.

This announcement follows the reveal of the sequel currently in development for PlayStation 5 - Horizon Forbidden West.

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