Guerrilla Games has released Update 1.10 for the PC version of Horizon: Zero Dawn . This is one of the important patches that fixes critical bugs. After that, the studio will release updates less frequently.
Patch 1.10 fixes crashes and improves performance on AMD graphics cards. Also, the game got rid of a number of graphical bugs and changed the method of storing data on graphics settings. If earlier they were in the bin file, now they are in ini.
We want to thank you all for your support and reporting on various crashes over the past few months. The information in your posts has been invaluable for us to fix some of the toughest issues in this patch.
Horizon: Zero Dawn was released on PC (Steam and EGS) on August 7 last year. On release and in the first few months, the game suffered from some problems, but during this time the developers managed to fix everything.
Guerrilla Games is currently developing the second part of Horizon: Forbidden West. It is only announced for PlayStation.