Sony Removing Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition from PlayStation Plus Catalogue in May
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Sony Removing Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition from PlayStation Plus Catalogue in May

Nathan Lees
Nathan Lees

Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition, one of the most beloved titles in the PlayStation Plus Game Catalogue, is set to be removed from the service on May 21.

Horizon Zero Dawn, developed by Guerrilla Games, has been a massive success story for Sony, selling over 20 million copies across platforms. It's a visually stunning open-world adventure game that has captivated players worldwide.

While it's sad to see such a popular title leaving the PlayStation Plus lineup, this move is not entirely unexpected. As reported by Push Square, Sony has a history of rotating games in and out of the service to keep the catalog fresh and engaging for players.

Interestingly, the removal of Horizon Zero Dawn comes at the same time as 25 other games are set to leave the service, including some beloved Final Fantasy titles. This signals a significant refresh for the PlayStation Plus Game Catalogue, with new titles likely to take their place.

For those who haven't had the chance to experience Horizon Zero Dawn yet, now is the time to do so before it's taken off the service. Immerse yourself in Aloy's journey through a lush post-apocalyptic world filled with robotic creatures and ancient mysteries.

But fear not, as this removal might pave the way for something new and exciting to join the PlayStation Plus lineup. Sony is known for constantly updating and improving its offerings, so be on the lookout for what's next.

As for Horizon Zero Dawn fans, there's still hope on the horizon. Reports suggest that a remaster of the game is in the works for the PS5, with enhanced visuals and new features to bring it up to par with its highly anticipated sequel, Horizon Forbidden West.

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