Horizon Zero Dawn 1.50 Patch notes

Guerrilla Games : Hi everyone! We have a new patch coming out today that fixes some issues in Horizon Zero Dawn and The Frozen Wilds.

RpgSama2118d ago

Amazing post release support, specially for a game that wasn't broken when it came out, I never had any issues with the game thankfully

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Shineon2118d ago

This game made me a Ps4 fan, I talked mess this whole console gen but this game right here makes me happy I bought a ps4

fenome2117d ago

You should check out Bloodborne as well, it's my personal favorite game this gen so far. You should be able to get it really cheap by now.

kevnb2118d ago

great game, although I admit that I started skipping the cut scenes at some point.

rainslacker2117d ago

Some of the side quests did drag on with the narrative. Particularly that one where the guys sister was the guard captain. It spanned most of the game, and there was a lot of exposition involved which wasn't always that interesting. I did enjoy the one where you had to save the boy king though.

REDGUM2117d ago

Fixed an issue in “The Forge of Winter” where some players would have the Time of Day locked after they skipped part of a cut scene"

Really?? you guys spent your time fixing this......

On a game that's so perfect in my view you guys actually took the time out to fix the very things that us gamers, speaking on behalf of us all I hope, just wouldn't care or notice in a game that is so brilliant in so many ways.


Of all the games that get released these days that can be broken or need major fix ups upon release and are left for the gamer to play or not, you there at Guerrilla Games have an amazing attn to detail and are always tweeking and supporting the game for the most minor of details...

Why have I taken the time out to write this...... because i've litterally just finished the tutorial for the 3rd time and and am still amazed by the attention to detail... I can't get over the ivy on the trees and how lifelike it looks.

Well done guys.really looking forward to this game!!


Joris de Man on composing music for the Horizon series

In the video game industry, where visual design and game mechanics typically grab the limelight, the significance of music in enhancing the overall gaming experience is often underestimated. Music can be a key component in the player’s emotional connection with a game. It amplifies emotional impact, heightens tension, and can be a powerful driver of narrative. We’ve had the chance to speak to Joris de Man, a renowned Dutch composer best known for his work on the Killzone series, Horizon: Zero Dawn, and its sequel Horizon: Forbidden West. During the Game Access conference in Brno, we talked about the process of composing music for video games and how he created the harmonies that have shaped some of our most beloved gaming experiences.

Sonic1881107d ago (Edited 107d ago )

To keep using him as the music composer in their games.

ChronoJoe107d ago

Joris seems like a great guy. I spoke to him briefly once about how much I loved his music and he was really friendly/humble.


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SullysCigar147d ago

Up there with the top tier in the industry. Love Guerrilla Games - Horizon Burning Shores is simply STUNNING.

1Victor147d ago

Can’t wait for their next franchise

SullysCigar147d ago

Same. They nailed it with Horizon. The trouble is I also want a new Killzone! Can't I just have it all?!

jznrpg146d ago

I’m with you I want Horizon 3 , Killzone and new IPs

badz149146d ago

I have yet to play Burning Shores as I just started Forbidden West (bought at launch, just unwrapped last weekend LOL) and playing on PS5.

man...I still can't believe the graphics especially now I'm playing it on my LG OLED. that graphics and with stable performance backing it up, GG really is the master of their craft!

Vengeance1138147d ago

32.7M sales in the Horizon franchise! With 8.4M coming from Forbidden West alone! Truly a hugely successful game and franchise as a whole. Looking forward to Horizon III

Shane Kim147d ago

That's kind of a huge drop though. It's only been two games.

VersusDMC147d ago

One year after realease HZD sold 7.6 million.


So not a drop off.

Unless you're saying a HFW should have sold as much now as HZD sold in 5 years?

Vengeance1138147d ago

It's been 3 games, this includes Call of the Mountain. Also no, its a great improvement over HZD.

solideagle147d ago

lol you are comparing:

HZD: 28 February 2017 - May 2023 (6 years+)

HFW: 18 February 2022 - May 2023 (1 year+)

We will see if it surpass original number.

Phoenix76147d ago

@shane, 2 full main games, 2 DLC add ons, 1 VR spin off game, oh and a an official LEGO set.
Not too bad for an ip that's only been on market for 6 years

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REDGUM146d ago

Wow, very impressive. I didn't know the numbers were so high for Forbidden West. Still playing through it myself

thesoftware730147d ago (Edited 147d ago )

Yooo, when I first saw that Killzone 1 footage at E3, my friends my brothers and I were like, Holy shit! When it came out, it didn't look exactly like it, but we sunk so many hours into 1 & 2.

I even liked Killzone: SF, it was a spectacle to look at, and even today it looks good. I hope they make a new one. Can you imagine how that will look, and they can get some modern FPS pointers from Bungie.

blacktiger146d ago

thank you fps lover, I'm with you

talocaca147d ago

Such a wonderful studio. They deserve all their success.

The Decima Engine is absolute 🔥 I'm just mad they have abandoned Killzone.

OzzY-waZZy147d ago (Edited 147d ago )

Kinda wish they move on from Horizon tbh.