Sony Corporation will bring the complete version of the action role-playing video game “Horizon: Zero Dawn” later this year. According to the official twitter post of Sony PlayStation, the Complete Edition will launch on December 5 in the United States and December 6 in Europe. It will be available for $49.99 MSRP (manufacturer's suggested retail price) in the US.

The complete edition will also have the bonus “Digital Deluxe” content, and the upcoming expansion called “Frozen Wilds” which is announced at the Electronic Entertainment Expo. Complete Edition buyers will also benefit from several updates of “Horizon: Zero Dawn” this year that includes easier difficulty mode, and an expanded Photo mode.

Digital Deluxe Edition

The Digital Deluxe Edition of the game costs $60 on PlayStation Network. It also includes the bonus contents like Nora Keeper Pack, Carja Trader Pack, Banuk Traveller Pack, the costume Banuk Trailblazer and Culling Bow, the costume Carja Storm Ranger and Mighty Bow, exclusive PlayStation 4 theme, and “The Art of Horizon Zero Dawn” Digital Art Book.

Latest 1.33 patch

Guerrilla Games recently updated “Horizon: Zero Dawn” to fix some minor in-game bugs and glitches. According to a report from DualShockers, the patch 1.33 added a new option that will allow players to manually save the previous game when starting a new game to avoid losing progress.

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The game Patch 1.33 is available for download, and it requires a storage capacity of 309.6 MB. The patch also fixed a number of technical issues that occurred with New Game + and Ultra Hard difficulty.

Fixed bugs

The developer has fixed the issue where the Tearblast Arrows deal with extra damage on Ultra Hard. The bug that does not allow players to reroll the Special Modification Boxes by saving and reloading were also fixed. Guerrilla Games addressed the issue where players were able to defeat the Corruptor outside the gate of “The Womb of the Mountain” when playing on the Story difficulty. The bug stops game progress because it does not allow the players to interact with the gate.

Guerrilla Games and Sony Interactive first launched “Horizon: Zero Dawn” for PlayStation 4 on February 28, and as of June this year, the game has sold 3.4 million copies worldwide. It is probably one of the most popular PlayStation 4 video games. Long-term gamers are hoping that it will come to all gaming platforms soon.