Horizon Zero Dawn Day One Patch Notes - Issues & Crashes Fixed

Sony’s new action-adventure Horizon Zero Dawn is getting two Day One patches. The update is meant to fix some performance issues and crashes, as well as progression and other tweaks. You can already download the patches, and they’re 227.3 MB in size total.

Horizon Zero Dawn Day One Patch Notes - Issues & Crashes Fixed
Horizon Zero Dawn Day One Patch Notes

Horizon Zero Dawn is an action-adventure RPG from Guerrilla Games. It centers on a young woman named Aloy and her journey through the post-apocalyptic, robot animal-infested lands. There are many mysteries to uncover, as we learn more about this strange world and its inhabitants.

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The game will have two small updates at launch, according to PSX-Sense. Together, they add up to 227.3 MB, so they shouldn’t present too much of a problem. Patch 1.01 adds some graphics options and performance improvements, as well as crash fixes. The second one reads pretty much the same, with updated visual settings and more tweaks and fixes. You can check out the full patch notes below.

Patch 1.01

  • Added options to switch graphics mode and HDR rendering
  • Multiple crash fixes and progression
  • Various performance improvements

Patch 1.02

  • Multiple crash fixes and progression
  • Various fixes to avoid getting player’s stuck
  • Updated visual settings
  • Performance improvements

Admittedly, the patch notes are pretty brief, but they’re guidelines for what to expect. At least, it seems that the game doesn’t have many major issues that would require major Day One patches to fix them up. And if the reviews are anything to go by, this game will be something truly special. If you want, feel free to check out our Horizon Zero Dawn review as well.

Horizon Zero Dawn is coming out on February 28th in North America, March 1st in Europe and March 2nd in Japan. The game is a PlayStation exclusive, so Xbox and PC owners are gonna have to sit this one out.

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