Guerrilla Games have released another patch for the PC version of Horizon Zero Dawn. The patch 1.04 brings additional fixes for crashing issues and a host of gameplay and performance improvements.
Horizon Zero Dawn on PC has been suffering from various crashing issues ever since it's launch a couple of weeks ago but luckily, the developers Guerrilla Games have been working hard on fixing these issues. In the previous updates, they managed to fix some of the problems that prevented players from enjoying the game, and today, they released another patch, which brings additional fixes for crashing and other improvements.
The patch 1.04 is now available to download on Steam and Epic Games Store and it aims to resolve additional crashes as well as a host of gameplay and performance improvements. The devs also say they are continuing to investigate reports of other issues and will update players when they have more news to share.
Here are the full patch notes:
- Fixed a crash that could occur when users would create a new game and their save game slots were full
- Fixed a startup crash related to temp folder
- Fixed an AI crash that could occur during combat
- Fixed an AI crash in the EventMessageHandler
- Fixed a crash related to WorldData sampling (the callstack would end in WorldMapData::SampleAtPixel)
- Fixed a crash when users would instantly back out when changing sliders in the Settings menu
- Fixed a crash that would occur when having the “Greetings” option open in photo mode and then exiting
- Potential fix for memory corruption in AI routines which could lead to crashes
- Potential fix for a GPU hang caused by a threading issue
- Fixed a mismatch that would occur on Shader Model 6.0 and 6.1 hardware which could lead to a crash
- General improvement to CPU performance (depending on CPU/GPU speeds, this can result in a 1-10% performance improvement)
- Improved performance of camera cuts in cinematics and conversations