Patches for the PC-version of Horizon: Zero Dawn will be released less frequently

Horizon: Zero Dawn energiezellen launched on PC with a bunch of technical problems. To the credit of Guerrilla Games, the studio took up to actively fix the PC version – for several months every two or three weeks there have been regular updates. Apparently, the developers decided that the most serious defects of the port are solved – the new patches will not be released so often.

Guerrilla announced this in connection with the release of update 1.10. According to the authors, they will continue to read community feedback on social sites.

A list of changes to the patch can be explored here. Here are some of the items:

  • Fixed a crash that occurred when the player clutched the Windows button.
  • Fixed the crash that occurred when the user left-clicked the exit button in the benchmark results menu.
  • Fixed a fix to save up to 250 MB of video memory on all AMD cards.
  • Info on graphics settings is now stored in text file, not in bin file – it’s easier to adjust settings this way.
  • Fixed problem with windows resolution sometimes being too low.

Fixed an issue where one quest list overlapped with another one.

Recall, now Guerrilla is preparing a sequel to Zero Dawn – Forbidden West. The sequel should see the light in the second half of 2021 exclusively on PlayStation – PC is not yet mentioned.

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