Horizon Zero Dawn updates on PC: fixed bugs for AMD GPUs

Horizon Zero Dawn updates on PC: fixed bugs for AMD GPUs
As confirmed by the official pages of Guerrilla Games, Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition has recently updated to its version 1.10 on PC to accommodate a series of improvements and new technical optimizations.

Among the most relevant changes listed in inside the patch notes, we find some fixes aimed at solving crash cases and a correction linked to a problem with AMD GPUs, which previously forced the video cards in question to an unnecessary expenditure of over 250MB of VRAM.

Other tricks concern the graphics sector of the game: solved for example an error related to the shaders during the clash with Hades, corrected the problem where the names of the graphic presets were not correctly updated by selecting the Auto-Detect option, corrected an error due to which the resolution reached too low values ​​in windowed mode, and more. Furthermore, the graphic settings have been moved within a text file present in the game path, in order to make it easier for users to change their values.

Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition รจ available now on PC and PlayStation 4. We remind you that Guerrilla Games is currently working on the sequel to its action-RPG, Horizon Forbidden West, arriving exclusively on PS5 and PS4 in the course of 2021 (the launch window has been confirmed at CES of this year).



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