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Guerrilla celebrates tomorrow’s Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition release with new trailer

Plus, studio shares insight on what improvements it’s made since game’s release in February

We’re happy to announce that Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition is out in stores tomorrow! If you’ve never played Horizon Zero Dawn, or if you’ve misplaced your copy somehow, now is an excellent time to dive (back) in.

The Complete Edition includes the expansion. The Frozen Wilds, which adds a sizeable chunk of content to Horizon Zero Dawn’s already formidable world. That means more ancient mysteries to uncover, more gripping quests to complete, more dangerous machines to defeat and more colorful personalities to meet.

We’ve prepared a trailer to commemorate the Complete Edition’s launch, one we hope gives a bit of voice to the amazing community that has embraced this game. We continue to be in awe of the amazing support Horizon Zero Dawn has received around the world. Thank you!

Horizon Zero Dawn launched on 28th February and since then, we have tried our best to listen to all your feedback and better your experience. Here’s the most notable additions you will have access to right when you start up the Complete Edition:

First of there is an all new difficulty setting called Story. This will allow you to immerse yourself in the narrative of Horizon Zero Dawn and the exploration of Aloy’s world without having to worry too much about combat.

Secondly there is New Game+; with which you will be able to relive the adventures of Aloy without losing your character progression and your collected inventory.

Thirdly we have added an Ultra Hard difficulty for everyone who likes to have a challenge. This new setting will enhance machine senses and behavior and other additional smaller tweaks.

But that is not all the CE has to offer! You will also have access to The Frozen Wilds expansion and on top of that we have given you access to weapons and outfits that were previously available for players who purchased the Digital Deluxe, Limited or Collectors Edition (requires 1.45 patch or later). For instructions on how to obtain these in game, check out this helpful FAQ.

If you decide to join Aloy on her quest, please share your adventures with us by sharing your Photo Mode pictures with us and if there are any questions you may have, please visit our FAQ.

And please keep an eye on our Twitter or Facebook to stay up to date on new information on Horizon Zero Dawn.

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Great! Maybe now you could find some time to finish your another awesome game which needs completing – RIGS. This VR title really deserves it.

Square-Enix believed in FF14 and it paid off. Please, believe in RIGS and make it a fully e-sports game!

JoeRhymesWithMoe 10 December, 2017 @ 07:56
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That wasn’t Guerrilla, it’s was Guerrilla Cambridge (a sister studio), and Sony shut them down. They don’t exist any more. So don’t expect any support for RIGS.

Would my save profile works on this edition

I’ve been slowly getting through my backlog of unfinished games and pledged to slowdown buying new ones till I finished the ones I have. Fortunately the waiting has paid off, as I can now play the HZD: CE with all the DLC. I hope it lives up to the billing and the various awards bestowed on it so far.

Exactly what I’ve been waiting on! And for the Resident Evil 7 Gold Edition

“or if you’ve misplaced your copy somehow”

Sony’s marketing is really desperate.

I am loving this game. The best fun I’ve had on the ps4 in a while. Not a loot crate to be seen and no psychological tricks to keep me grinding. Just loads of fun and great story.

Goty game with mario odyssey and zelda botw(or maybe even bit better) with excellent story i loved it. Im now doing new game plus and frozen wilds dlc. I would buy every dlc this game get if good as frozen wilds. But we want to have horizon 2 too get on it please :)

Carnivius_Prime 07 December, 2017 @ 17:09
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I can’t say I looove Horizon when I owned it on disc earlier in the year but I did like it a lot and will get back into it at some point (I wasn’t in the right mindset for this kind of game at the time). I did however prefer it over BotW which I just couldn’t get into at all (and the graphics on that game just hurt my eyes and Switch controllers are awful).

MiseryPrincess 07 December, 2017 @ 00:47
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Does this thing need any more promotion here? It’s worse than destiny and CoD combined.

Never buying this game until you give an option to replace the boring main character entirely and fix the tiresome story focused on it.

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Salty

Carnivius_Prime 07 December, 2017 @ 16:59
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I really liked Aloy when I had the game some months ago. As someone who doesn’t actually like a lot of modern video game characters (particularly in ‘serious’ japanese games like Metal Gear, Resident Evil and, oh god, Final Fantasy…) I found her quite charming and liked her design. So did my friend who cosplayed as her for the comic con a lil while back. So yeah, I don’t see Guerrilla replacing the whole character story just cos yooou didn’t like it, Misery…

MiseryPrincess 07 December, 2017 @ 19:10
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She’s entirely boring. They basically designed her to be an unoffensive “politically correct tough woman” trope which made her entirely stale. It’s like they met 3 of the craziest people off tumblr and worked down their checklist.

I’ll just leave this here..

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