Horizon Zero Dawn’s Patch 1.11 For PC Adds DLSS And Much More
Guerrilla Games launched Horizon Zero Dawn in 2017. The developers first launched the title on PlayStation 4 as an exclusive title. To the joy and excitement of many, the game was ported over the PC later on. Today, Guerrilla Games has announced the release of Patch 1.11 on Horizon Zero Dawn for PC. The patch introduces various performance improvements, UI changes and graphical improvements that are sure to please PC gamers.
Guerrilla Games took to Twitter to make the announcement. In the announcement, the team stated, “Update 1.11 for Horizon Zero Dawn on PC has just been released! With this update, we’ve added Nvidia’s DLSS upscaling technology, and AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution, replacing FidelityFX CAS, as well as various fixes.”
Therefore, the developers have introduced Nvidia’s DLSS and AMD’s FidelityFX technology into the game. This technology will improve the game’s graphical performance, and make the world even more beautiful. The UI change was made to facilitate the introduction of DLSS and FidelityFX.
Besides the graphical improvements, the developers have made performance improvements to the title. The performance improvements aim to fix the stutters during gameplay, improve upon shader compilation that affects other aspects of the game and make loading screens a bit faster.
Furthermore, earlier this year, Guerrilla Games announced that Horizon Forbidden West will be releasing on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 on February 18th, 2022. Do you expect the game to be ported to PC?
Additionally, interested fans can purchase Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition on Steam here.
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