Latest Horizon Zero Dawn patch comes with critical graphic fixes
Guerrilla Games have rolled out a patch for the PC version of their action-adventure RPG- Horizon Zero Dawn. The latest Patch 1.07 for Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition features some crucial graphical fixes.
Horizon Zero Dawn was initially released in 2017 for PlayStation 4 where it went on to sell more than 10 million copies worldwide making it one of the best games of the console. It was released for Microsoft Windows earlier this year on 7 August. Since the initial release, the game received quite a few patches and updates. Horizon Zero Dawn also got a Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds DLC in November 2017.
Patch 1.07's Crucial Graphical changes
With the release of this patch, the Anisotropic Filtering is now working as Guerilla intended. The team has also changed the way the game's 'Decima' engine deals with shaders and shader-optimization.
The game will now start optimizing the shaders in the Main Menu and the during playing as well. Although, this Shader optimization is optional. You can skip it if you want to let the game run on previous shader details.
In the patch notes, Guerilla also takes about some of the on-going issues in the game. Some of the known issues like more instability for CPUs with more than 16 cores, HDR not working correctly, and other performance issues.
Horizon Zero Dawn is quite popular on Steam boasting a 7/10 review and multiple awards to its name. The Horizon Zero Dawn complete edition pack is available on the Steam store with some of its most popular expansion packs including The Frozen Wilds expansion featuring new lands, skills, weapons and Machines.