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Horizon: Zero Dawn day one update fixes performance issues, crashes, progression, more - here's the patch notes

Those who have Horizon: Zero Dawn in-hand can already download a patch for the game which fixes some performance issues and also applies the small, day-one patch which includes Performance Mode.


According to PSX-Sense, the Horizon: Zero Dawn release notes for patch 1.01 and 1.02 are as follows:

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

Together, the patches are 227.3MB in size, which is in-line with what was reported earlier this month. While there aren't extra details available, the notes above should give you a general idea of what's included.

Guerrilla Games will likely post more information when the game releases.

Horizon: Zero Dawn releases next week on February 28 in North America and March 1 in Europe.

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