- Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition on PC has received Update 1.10;
- It eliminates some issues with crashing to desktop, introduces several graphical fixes, improves performance, etc.;
- Now, Guerrilla Games intends to focus primarily on the development of Horizon: Forbidden West, so the frequency of releasing subsequent patches will be reduced.
The last few months were quite intense for Guerrilla Games. The culprit of this state of affairs was, among others, the PC port of Horizon: Zero Dawn, which unfortunately was not too successful in terms of technical condition. The Dutch team worked hard and released a number of updates to fix it. The latest one, marked as 1.10, launched today.
The next patch for Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition on PC offers a number of fixes. It eliminates problems with crashing to desktop when pressing the Windows button too often or right-clicking on the benchmark screen, improves performance, and introduces several visual improvements. In addition, the patch changes the settings file type from binary to text, making it easier to change settings from the system level. Additional details can be found here.
Unfortunately, much indicates that the owners of Horizon: Zero Dawn on PC will have to wait a bit longer for the next update. In the official communiqué, representatives of Guerrilla Games announced that the studio begins to focus more on the development of the sequel, Horizon: Forbidden West, officially presented in June, last year. As a result, although the support for their latest title will not be ceased, patches will come out much less frequently.
Apart from PC, Horizon: Zero Dawn is also available on PlayStation 4 (and PlayStation 5 as part of backwards compatibility).
- Horizon: Zero Dawn - official homepage
- Horizon: Zero Dawn - game guide