Horizon Zero Dawn Update 1.01 Is Out On PC, Here Are The Patch Notes
Guerrilla Games has updated Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition to version 1.01 on PC. Here are the patch notes for this update.
Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition was released on August 7th for PC. This is the first time a major first-party game developed by Sony Interactive Entertainment Worldwide Studios has launched on Steam. However, the launch of Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition wasn’t smooth and the game suffered from performance issues.
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Guerrilla Games had shared an update on Steam assuring fans that they were listening to the problems that they were facing with the game. They have followed it up with an update that has released today for all users on Steam.
Horizon Zero Dawn Update Update 1.01 Patch Notes
- Fixed an issue where the game would crash if the SteamUI didn’t initialize properly on startup.
Functionality Issue Fixes
- Fixed an issue where Concentration and other slowdown mechanics wouldn’t work for everyone.
- Fixed an issue where Windows/Steam profile names containing special characters would prevent some players from saving the game. We are still investigating other saved game issues as well.
- Fixed an issue where Windows/Steam profile names containing special characters would prevent some players from saving screenshots in Photo Mode.
- Added improved diagnostic data collection when submitting a crash report.
- Fixed several backend issues.
- Fixed a video corruption issue for specific hardware. We’re continuing to look at other hardware configurations as well.
The patch notes don’t seem to address some of the issues like the game crashing at launch, or the missing visual feature that is a part of the Frozen Wilds DLC.
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Some of the known issues that are currently being addressed are startup crashes, GPU-related hangs, issues with graphical settings, and so on. Expect to seem them fixed in upcoming updates for the PC version.