Guerilla Games has rolled out a brand new patch for Horizon Zero Dawn PC. Horizon Zero Dawn 1.11.1 largely focuses on remedying several issues that arose following last week’s patch, which added NVIDIA DLSS and AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution support to the game. Following the update, players encountered crashes and rendering issues when playing Horizon Zero Dawn PC with the up-scaling technologies enabled.
More specifically, Horizon Zero Dawn 1.11.1 addresses a black rendered frame after enabling DLSS, a savegame crash when DLSS was enabled on a machine without a GPU supporting the tech, and tweaks default DLSS quality settings and the auto-detected setting preset when playing the game for the first time. Alongside, the latest patch for Horizon Zero Dawn fixes a TAA-linked crash when running the game with NVIDIA GTX 600/700 series GPUs
All that said, you can read through the full patch notes for Horizon Zero Dawn PC Patch 1.11.1 just below.
Horizon Zero Dawn PC Patch 1.11.1 Patch Notes
Thanks for your feedback following patch 1.11! We’ve applied some changes, please take a look:
TAA crash fix on NVidia GTX 600/700 series
Crash fix for when you open a savegame with DLSS ON on a non-DLSS supporting machine
Fix to change the default DLSS quality level from ultra performance to ultra quality
Fix for a black rendered frame right after enabling DLSS
Fix to apply the auto-detected setting preset on a first/clean run of the game
Make sure your game is updated with the latest version before jumping back into the world of Horizon! Let us know down below if you’re still experiencing any issues. Take care, stay healthy, and have a wonderful time this Christmas season!
Horizon Zero Dawn is out now for PC and PlayStation 4. The highly-anticipated sequel, Horizon Forbidden West, is slated for release on February 22nd, 2022, for both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.