Horizon Zero Dawn just got a new update, but don't get too excited: it's just here to fix a few outstanding issues — particularly when playing the game on PlayStation 5. Patch 1.54 is just a small download, and its headline act is that it addresses some pesky crashes that can occur when the title's running via backwards compatibility.
It's nice to see that Guerrilla Games is still supporting the now four-year-old open world game, especially after Zero Dawn was optimised to run at 60 frames-per-second on PS5 back in August. Anyway, you can check out the brief patch notes below.
Horizon Zero Dawn Update 1.54 Patch Notes
- Fixed an issue where some cinematics did not have any audio on external audio devices when running on a PS5 console in backwards compatibility mode
- Fixed the FOV slider in Photo Mode
- Fixed several crashes when running on a PS5 console in backwards compatibility mode
Have you been playing Horizon Zero Dawn on PS5? Did you come across any of these problems? Draw your bow in the comments section below.