Elite Dangerous: Horizons Announced

Gamescom is kicking off in a very good way. So far we’ve had a very solid show, and it just seems to be getting better.

This morning Frontier have announced a new expansion coming to Elite Dangerous this fall. – Horizons.


Elite Dangerous: Horizons is a new season of major gameplay expansions for Elite Dangerous, beginning with Planetary Landings across the Elite Dangerous galaxy.

Elite Dangerous: Horizons launches this Holiday. The first expansion, Planetary Landings introduces players to planet surfaces and the first all-new Surface Recon Vehicle (SRV) the ‘Scarab’. Scanning airless planets and moons brings new gameplay as players detect signals, crashed ships, mineral deposits, outposts and fortresses. Alone or with friends players will explore, mine and engage hostile forces as they attempt to infiltrate strongholds guarding valuable rewards. Players will explore new worlds, coasting over mountaintops, diving into canyons, landing on the surface and rolling out onto the surface in your SRV, all without loading times or breaks in gameplay.


Elite Dangerous: Horizons will continue to introduce new features and gameplay as the season continues into 2016, enriching the Elite Dangerous experience with new activities and new ways to play.

Elite Dangerous: Horizons includes all Elite Dangerous content to date, and all players will continue to fly together in the same galaxy. Existing Elite Dangerous players receive a £10 loyalty discount off the price of Elite Dangerous: Horizons, retaining their progress and unlocking the exclusive ‘Cobra Mk IV’ in-game spacecraft.

Order now and be among the first to land, Holiday 2015.

The expansion is priced at £39.99, which seems a little steep, let’s hope it’s worth it! It will also be coming to PC first, with Xbox One & Mac coming early next year.




4 thoughts on “Elite Dangerous: Horizons Announced

      • I think the game is very pretty to look at, but I’m going to wait until more content is added before I give it a shot.

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