One of the biggest reveals at the PlayStation 5 launch event recently was Horizon: Forbidden West, the sequel to the critically acclaimed PS4 exclusive, Horizon: Zero Dawn.
Players who never got to take on Aloy's journey and square off against terrifying mechanical dinosaurs could now get the chance, if they are playing on PC.
Of course, Xbox owners were not able to try out Guerrilla Games' blockbuster due to it being a PlayStation exclusive, but the developers have announced that the game will be coming to PC now.
The release date will be on 7 August 2020, and will include the base game along with the Frozen Wilds expansion pack.
The PC version will offer improved reflections and dynamic foliage, while there will also be unlocked frame rates, ultra-wide support and a number of other graphics options.
Controller mapping and a benchmarking tool will also be available and the PC version can be purchased on Steam or the Epic Games Store.
Arguably one of the best action adventure games in the current generation of consoles, Horizon: Zero Dawn is well worth a try if you didn't have the option to play it the first time around.