Controversy and disappointment may be a word that can represent how some hardline PlayStation fans felt when Sony announced that one of its exclusive games, Horizon: Zero Dawn, will be released on PC. But this didn’t stop them from trying to hook the player via Steam.
At the same time, this opportunity is a moment to show the power of the Decima Engine that Guerrilla Games uses. However, it was previously exhibited by Death Stranding, who also uses the same engine.
Now, finally, the PC Horizon: Zero Dawn embargo has been released, and several YouTubers have uploaded how the visual appearance of the previous PlayStation 4 exclusive game is in a more superior version.
As you can see above and below, the visuals are much better than the PlayStation 4 and Pro versions. Apart from being higher fps, the picture also looks much clearer and is not dominated by blur, which is not so important. Support widescreen and ultra settings, it spoils the eye when compared to the original version.
The best view of Horizon: Zero Dawn implies that this is what it would be like when a PlayStation exclusive game was brought to PC. Maximize all the performance of the visual display without worrying about fps drop or other problems. Even then, if the hardware used can handle it.
Horizon: Zero Dawn is scheduled to be released on PC via Steam on August 7, 2020. Currently, the game can be played on the PlayStation 4.