The last few months have been quite intense for Guerrilla Games. The culprit of this state of affairs was, inter alia, the PC port Horizon: Zero Dawn, which unfortunately did not belong to be technically too successful. The Dutch team worked hard and released a series of updates to fix it. newest, marked with the number 1.10, made its debut today.
Another patch for Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition on PC includes a number of fixes. It eliminates the problems of crashing the game to the desktop by pressing the Windows button too often or right-clicking on the benchmark screen, increases performance, and introduces several graphics improvements. In addition, patch changes the file type of the settings from binary to text, making them easier to change from the system level. You can find additional details here.
Unfortunately, there are many indications that the owners of Horizon: Zero Dawn on PC will wait a while for the next update. In the official announcement, representatives of the Guerrilla Games team announced that the studio is starting to focus more on the production of the sequel, i.e. Horizon: Forbidden West, officially presented in June last year. Consequently, although the support for their previous title will not be terminated, patches are expected to be released much less frequently.
We remind you that apart from PC, Horizon: Zero Dawn is also available on PlayStation 4 (and PlayStation 5 as part of backward compatibility). The title has a full Polish language version (including subtitles and dialogues).