Horizon Zero Dawn landed on PlayStation 4 earlier this year and quickly became a best-selling title for the console. And just nine months later, Sony is releasing a new version of the game for the holidays.
Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition was announced by Sony earlier today on Twitter. Releasing on Dec. 5 for $49.99, the Complete Edition will feature both The Frozen Wilds DLC as well as the game’s Digital Deluxe Edition content. This essentially makes the Complete Edition the superior version of the game, as Horizon Zero Dawn’s base release currently runs for $49.99 among various retailers.
Horizon Zero Dawn follows Aloy, a hunter surviving in a robot-infested planet where humans live in tribes spread across the post-apocalyptic world. The game mixes ARPG mechanics with third-person action-adventure gameplay, winning the title universal acclaim thanks to both its writing as well as its game design. Horizon Zero Dawn originally released on PlayStation 4 in February, 2017, although it remains unclear if further DLC will be released for the game after the Complete Edition lands.