You can get the jump on the title now on PC.
At the end of this week, PC players will get a treat that PS4 users have had for quite some time in Horizon Zero Dawn. The open world action RPG saw a unique blend of robot dinosaur-like creatures against a seemingly pre-historic setting (though, those who have played it know there’s more there than meets the eye). Now those PC players can get a jump on downloading the game, at least on Steam.
The pre-load for the game is now live for the Steam version of the game for select regions. We got the PC requirements not long ago, which you can see through here, and while it suggested having a 100GB of storage, it seems the preload is live now and the required space is listed as 67.1GB. That put it almost a full 20GB above the PS4 version which clocked in right over 48GB.
Horizon Zero Dawn will release on PC August 7th and is the Complete Edition that packages the full original release and the DLC expansion. A sequel to the game, Horizon Forbidden West, has been announced for the PS5, though no date has been revealed yet.