Horizon Forbidden West official artwork and logo

[Update]: Horizon Forbidden West has now landed onto PC without any of the technical issues that plagued the original game!

It took quite a while, but Horizon Forbidden West - Complete Edition will finally be making its way to PC on March 21st. As you would expect from something called the 'Complete Edition', the PC version will come bundled with the Burning Shores DLC, digital artbook, soundtrack and comic, as well as a couple of cosmetics to unlock over the course of the campaign.

As for the PC port in specific, Horizon Forbidden West will feature an unlocked frame rate, ultrawide and support for triple monitor setups, support for various upscaling technologies, and naturally, a plethora of settings to mess around with in order to (hopefully) find just the right balance between fidelity and performance. What all of this looks like in action, that you can check out through the recently posted trailer below. Have a gander:

While I doubt this is going to happen to Horizon Forbidden West given the quality of the recent PlayStation ports, I'd be amiss if I didn't mention that the original Horizon Zero Dawn launched onto PC alongside a massive amount of problems that took many months to properly fix. So just to be extra safe, it might be wise to give Horizon Forbidden West a week or two after launch before diving in.

Whatever your plans may be, you can learn more about Horizon Forbidden West, as well as keep track of any user reviews, over at Steam.

Enjoy, and I'll make sure to let you know once the full system requirements get released.