The PC version of Horizon Zero Dawn has now gotten patch 1.04. Announced over on the game’s Steam Community page, the patch revolves around fixing some of the myriad of issues that the game has been suffering from since its PC release.
“This patch aims to resolve additional crashes as well as a host of gameplay and performance improvements,” says the post. “We are continuing to investigate open issues and will update you when we have more news available.”
While the update fixes many problems, included startup crashes and numerous AI crashes, there are still a few known issues that the studio is working on fixing, including issues with Anisotropic Filtering and problems with Aloy’s hair when running the game at over 30 FPS.
Patch 1.04 also brings with it performance improvements, with a boasted improvement of between 1% and 10% depending on CPU and GPU speeds. Other improvements brought with the patch include fixing colour banding issues in HDR mode, problems with mouse sensitivity, and aiming. Check out the full list patch notes for more details.