Horizon Zero Dawn sold over 716K copies on PC in its first month

Horizon Zero Dawn sold over 716K copies on PC in its first month

Horizon Zero Dawn sold over 716K copies on PC in its first month

The latest report from SUPERDATA has been released, confirming that Horizon Zero Dawn has sold over 716K copies on the PC platform since it released on PC last month.  

For context, this PC launch is as large as The Witcher III: The Wild Hunt, and much larger than that of Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey and the Death Stranding’s PC version. On PC, Death Stranding sold 477K copies at launch. 

These high sales numbers come despite the early issues which came with Horizon: Zero Dawn’s PC version, highlighting the strength of Horizon’s gameplay and the popularity of the series. Recent patches have addressed most of these early PC issues, making the game a lot more playable across PC gaming’s almost endless variety of hardware configurations. 

Given these sales numbers, it makes sense that Horizon: Zero Dawn has made Sony more interested in bringing some of its other PlayStation exclusives to PC. 

Those who are interested in Horizon: Zero Dawn’s PC versions should read our Performance Review and Optimisation Guide for the title. This overview details the performance of the game across a wide range of hardware configurations. It also offers PC gamers optimisation tips for those who want to get higher framerates out of their hardware. 

Horizon Zero Dawn sold over 716K copies on PC in its first month 

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