Are you done enjoying the official launch trailer for Horizon Zero Dawn? It’s a good one, isn’t it? Cool… Now let’s talk Horizon Zero Dawn day one patch; or should I say patch*s*?

As reported by Dutch website PSX-Sense, Horizon Zero Dawn’s patch 1.01 and 1.02 will fix an assortment of issues that cause crashes, hinder game progression, and affect overall performance. Here are the release notes as published by the site:

Patch 1.01

  • Added options to switch graphics mode and HDR rendering
  • Multiple crash fixes and progression
  • Various performance improvements

Patch 1.02

  • Multiple crash fixes and progression
  • Various fixes to avoid getting player’s stuck
  • Updated visual settings
  • Performance improvements


Together, the two patches are 227.3MB, which isn’t very large, all things considered.

Horizon Zero Dawn will be released February 28 in North America, and March 1 in Europe. The game, as everybody knows by now, is a PS4 exclusive, with PS4 Pro support.

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