The developers of Guerilla Games have announced the upcoming update to Aloy’s first adventure for PC. This time around, the team focused on providing support for NVIDIA DLSS and AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution and adding some improvements.
Horizon Zero Dawn premiered on PC He was not without some turmoil – Reviewers and players have complained about emerging problems and flaws, which have been fixed and removed in subsequent patches. Although extensive work on Horizon Forbidden West is still in progress, the developers are not forgetting the previous game.
Guerilla Games has confirmed the release of the new update for the PC version of Horizon Zero Dawn. The biggest changes in the patch with Note 1.11 include support for NVIDIA DLSS and AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution, which currently replaces FidelityFX CAS.
In addition to graphic improvements, the developers have made tweaks to the user interface (including the settings screen) and improved performance, with attention to the shading management system. The changes made will result in fewer issues with in-game production stutter, but studio representatives stress that on some systems loading screens may be a bit longer (this does not apply to sets with better specs and faster processors).
For some time now, Guerilla Games has been getting louder and louder because Guerilla Games isn’t just working on Aloy’s new adventure targeting the market – In the latest job posting There are references to an attitude focused on online gaming.
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