For those of you who may not have grabbed Guerrilla Games‘ Horizon Zero Dawn yet, now is the time to do so! Jeroen Roding, community manager at Guerilla, announced that Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition is out right now. This special release of the game, priced at $49.99, will include plenty of goodies to interest fans, new and old.
The complete edition will include the recently released expansion, The Frozen Wilds, which opens up the map and introduces all new machines and quests within the world. Outfits and weapons only previously released in the deluxe and limited editions of the title will also be available. Along with the expansion and outfits, there are three additional game modes: Story, New Game+, and Ultra Hard.
Story mode will allow players to explore the world of Horizon Zero Dawn without worrying about playing it safe; combat is at an all-time low. New Game+ brings all of your weapons and outfits from old playthroughs into new ones so you can play it over and over again. Last, but not least, Ultra Hard mode is meant for those who love a challenge. Along with minor tweaks, machines will be much more aware due to higher senses and modified behaviors.
The announcement trailer, shown above, really gives a voice to the overwhelming support from the Horizon Zero Dawn community. Hideo Kojima, various cosplayers, and those involved with making the game express their extreme love for our heroine, Aloy, and the beautifully, massive world in which she lives.
Horizon Zero Dawn originally released earlier this year on February 28th. It has recently been nominated for “Game of the Year” amongst other things for the Video Game Awards. Hoping to see Horizon Zero Dawn take home the gold? The Video Game Awards will air on all major digital, gaming and social platforms (and The Nerd Stash!) on Thursday, December 7th at 8:30 PM EST.
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