Zero Dawn on PC will be released less often – Gambling


Studio Guerrilla released update 1.10 for Horizon: Zero Dawn on PC, along with which it announced a decrease in the frequency of patch release – the team is busy creating Horizon: Forbidden West.

In the latest update, the developers fixed crashes, improved performance on AMD video cards, eradicated a number of graphics bugs and changed the method of storing data about graphics settings – now they are stored in a text file, not a bin format.

The sequel to Horizon: Zero Dawn is slated for release in the second half of the year on PS5 and PS4. Nothing has been announced about plans to transfer the project to PC.

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