Guerrilla Games have released another patch for Horizon Zero Dawn on PC. Once again, the patch addresses additional crashes, as well as a couple of community-reported bugs.
It's always great to see developers working hard to address the issues which prevent players from enjoying the game. People over at Guerrilla games have been doing exactly that since Horizon Zero Dawn launched on PC last month.
Today, they have released another patch, with crash fixes and some other community-reported bugs such as Aloy's hair not displaying correctly when playing with the game running above 30 FPS, controller rumble toggle and adds the option to display black sidebars in cinematics when playing in ultrawide resolutions.
The developers also promised they are continuing to investigate issues and will update players when they have more news available. Here are some of the crash fixes in Horizon Zero Dawn 1.05 patch on PC:
- Fixed a crash in NetPresenceManager that some players experienced when entering the game or the benchmark from the main menu.
- Fixed a crash where the Steam SDK could crash on initialization when the game executable was started directly from installation folder rather than through Steam.
- Fixed a crash which would occur if the player pressed ‘Stop’ in Steam immediately after pressing 'Play'.
- Fixed a startup crash when using Avast antivirus.
- Fixed a crash that could occur when VRAM was about to be oversubscribed.
For full patch notes, visit Guerrilla's official website.