The launch of Horizon Zero Dawn on the PC platform was not what developer Guerrilla Games expected. Due to performance issues and specific issues encountered by gamers, the studio has been forced to release a series of updates in the hopes of fixing any bugs discovered. If you want to know more about this title, you will surely be interested to know the requirements for running IP on your computer.
But today, there is no reason to be sorry, as its recently released new patch has been confirmed to correct several aspects that have hampered the progress of this ambitious adventure.
Horizon Zero Dawn patch 1.10 fixes bugs and optimization issues
Thanks to a Release released by the company a few hours ago on its official website, one can see how grateful they are thanks to the constant reports that have been made by fans of this video game. The faults to be corrected are as follows:
- Fixed bug when players continually press Windows key
- Fixed bug when pressing LMB on ESC button in benchmark results
- Fixed an issue with AMD GPUs costing more than 250MB of VRAM
- Fixed negative values in the cube map relight shader (e.g. fixed red graphics issues in Hades fight if you let time pass)
- The default name of fixed graphics settings does not update when you tap Auto detect
- Fixed menu (and loading screen) showing at the wrong scale when switching AF in borderless mode
- Fixed sometimes too low resolution in windowed mode
- Fixed the list of racing quests overlapping with the list of tutorial quests.
- Graphics settings are now stored in a text file instead of a binary file for easy adjustments