Update: The listing on Amazon France for a PC version of Horizon: Zero Dawn has now been removed. Interesting.
Original story: Adding much more weight to the speculation that Horizon: Zero Dawn is heading to PC at some point this year, online retailer Amazon France has listed the current PlayStation 4 exclusive for a release on the personal computer. Sony itself is listed as the publisher for the physical launch, although we have to assume it'll also be available on digital storefronts.
This isn't the first we've heard of such a launch, however. Last month, Kotaku's Jason Schreier reported that the PC release is planned for 2020 after "three people familiar with Sony's plans" spilt the beans. With the journalist rarely ever getting anything wrong when it comes to the video game industry, this listing from Amazon France only works to back his report up further. It was also suggested that Dreams would be coming to PC by Eurogamer's Tom Phillips.
The Japanese giant hasn't mentioned that such a port is in the works, but with Predator: Hunting Grounds already planned for the platform and Quantic Dream's lineup of titles leaving behind their PlayStation exclusivity, it's no longer too much of a push to think that Guerrilla Games' open world title is next in line for PC.
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