Horizon Zero Dawn PC update contains a few bug fixes
A small update has been released for the PC version of Horizon Zero Dawn by Guerrilla Games.
This update improves VRAM management when changing resolution or upscale mode to help prevent performance issues, according to the notes. There are also fixes for various assets using the wrong quality level while using DLSS/FSR and visual corruption on certain AMD graphics cards.
Read the full patch notes below:
- Improved VRAM management when changing resolution or upscale mode, which could cause performance issues that were only fixed by restarting the game
- Fixed various assets using the wrong quality level while using DLSS/FSR
- Fixed visual artifact issue when clipping the camera through a surface like pushing against a wall (ie with large FOVs or ultrawide screens) while using DLSS/FSR
- Fixed visual corruption and reduced foliage flickering issues on certain AMD GPUs
Horizon Zero Dawn is available now on PlayStation 4 and PC.
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