Elite Dangerous: Horizons Available Now for Free to All Commanders
The ground-breaking expansion is free from today for all Elite Dangerous players, with existing Horizons owners set to receive an exclusive Azure paint job for all ships in game.
Frontier Developments plc (AIM: FDEV) announced today that Elite Dangerous: Horizons, the major expansion for the long running space epic, Elite Dangerous, is now available for free for all owners of Elite Dangerous for download on PC, the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, and the Xbox One all-in-one games and entertainment system.
All the season content included in Horizons is now part of the Elite Dangerous base game including planetary landings and surface recon vehicles, allowing players to seamlessly travel from space to the surface of accurately simulated planets and moons throughout Elite Dangerous' full-scale Milky Way galaxy.
Horizons also features multicrew joint operations, weapon crafting, ship-launched fighters, permission to land at many surface star ports and other locations, as well as access to the coveted services of the elusive Engineers, offering countless new gameplay opportunities for all Commanders. Elite Dangerous players who previously purchased Horizons will receive an exclusive Azure paint job compatible with all 41 ships currently in game.
For more information on Elite Dangerous, including the contents of the now free Elite Dangerous: Horizons expansion, and Elite Dangerous: Odyssey, the upcoming major expansion launching in early 2021, follow the game on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube, or visit the Elite Dangerous official website at elitedangerous.com.
About Elite Dangerous
Take control of your own starship in a cutthroat galaxy. Some may know you as an ally; others will call you a pirate, a bounty hunter, a smuggler, an explorer, an assassin, a hero… Fly with friends, fight for a cause or go it alone. Your actions change the galaxy around you in an ever-unfolding story. Explore a detailed 1:1 model of our real galaxy, and be the first to discover one of 400 billion star systems. Start with a small starship and a handful of credits, and do whatever it takes to earn the skill, knowledge, wealth and power to stand among the ranks of the Elite.
Frontier is a leading independent developer and publisher of videogames founded in 1994 by David Braben, co-author of the iconic Elite game. Based in Cambridge, Frontier uses its proprietary COBRA game development technology to create innovative genre-leading games, primarily for personal computers and videogame consoles. As well as self-publishing internally developed games, Frontier also publishes games developed by carefully selected partner studios under its Frontier Foundry games label.