Thanks to the support of downward compatibility, it is possible to play the acclaimed action roleplay Horizon: Zero Dawn on the PlayStation 5.
For the chagrin of the players, however, came to smaller technical problems that could sometimes restrict the game fun. As the responsible developers of Guerrilla Games announced, there is now a new patch ready to raise Horizon: Zero Dawn to version 1.54 and accepts the problems on the PlayStation 5. In addition, a small problem has been fixed, which could occur when using the photo mode.
What problems with the patch 1.54 were tackled in detail, tell you a look at the following overview.
The update 1.54 in detail
It has been fixed a problem in which some film sequences did not have audio on external audio devices when running on a PS5 console in downward compatibility mode. The FOV slider in the photo mode has been corrected. Fixed several crashes when running on a PS5 console in downward compatibility mode
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Horizon: Zero Dawn first appeared in February 2017 for the PlayStation 4 and also found the way to the PC last summer. Worldwide, the adventure of the young Aloy sold more than ten million times.
Currently Guerrilla Games is working on the official successor Horizon: Forbidden West , which is published 2022 for the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation 5.
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