After ten patches and other fixes, the PC version of Horizon: Zero Dawn is finally running smoothly on many machines.
If Guerrilla Games will always be as close to the platform community Steam , Epic Games Store and GOG to offer fixes in the event of new bugs being reported, the Dutch studio will be less active than in the past on the PC port of Horizon so that all the developers are working on the sequel that should arrive later this year: “ While our team is continuing the As we develop our next Horizon Forbidden West title, we’re going to be moving to less frequent updates for Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition on PC. Please note that we will continue to monitor our community spaces as always! We would like to thank you for your support and for submitting your incident reports over the past few months. The information we have received through your reports has been invaluable to us in furthering our investigation and in helping us resolve some of the more delicate issues that we fixed in the last patch. ”
Patch 1.10 for Horizon Zero Dawn on PC is live now and introduces several crash fixes and performance improvements.
– Guerrilla (@Guerrilla) January 19, 2021
Horizon: Zero Dawn on PC, a tenth update
Patch 1.10 is available in download since the beginning of the week:
- Fixed a crash when players continuously press the Windows key
- Fixed crash when pressing ESC button in Benchmark results with right click
- Fixed an issue that could save up to 250MB of VRAM on all AMD GPUs
- Fixed negative values in cubemap relighting shade (eg fixes red graphics issues in the fight against Hades, if you let the timer run out)
- Fixed graphics settings preset name not updating when pressing Auto-Detect
- Fixed menu (and loading screen) displayed at incorrect scale when changing display to borderless mode
- Fixed the resolution sometimes too low in windowed mode
- Fixed overlapping of the current quest list with the tutorial quest list
- Graphics settings are now stored in a text file instead of a binary file for easy settings