Horizon Zero Dawn is one of the most notable PlayStation 4 exclusives – one of the most gorgeous open-world games out there, with a fascinating setting and all the robot dinosaurs you never knew you wanted. Rumours of a proper PC port for Guerrilla’s game have been kicking around this year, and while those have yet to bear fruit, Sony does have an option for us.
PlayStation Now, Sony’s streaming service, will get both Horizon Zero Dawn and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy on January 2. Both titles will be available to stream until April 7, 2020, across PlayStation 4 and PC. (Overcooked 2 also joins the lineup on the same day, but while it’s great, it’s already available on PC.)
The service recently dropped in price, bringing the cost down to $9.99 / £8.99 / €9.99 monthly, $24.99 / £22.99 / €24.99 quarterly, or $59.99 / £49.99 / €59.99 – you can also get a seven-day free trial. You can currently also play God of War, Infamous Second Son, and Uncharted 4 through PS Now, though those titles will be replaced on January 2.
Persona 5 is also available there until February 4, so that’s also an option if you can squeeze 100 hours of gaming into the next month-and-a-half.
A proper PC port for Horizon Zero Dawn could be in the cards, according to leakers with a bit of a track record (via GamesRadar) – but you should have your grains of salt ready for now. Sony has expressed to Bloomberg some degree of interest in bringing its multiplayer-focused titles to additional platforms, as those sorts of games “may need to lean into a wider installed base.”