Horizon Forbidden West: Developers are working to fix ‘Various visual issues’

Forbidden Horizon in the West Developer Guerrilla Games is currently gathering community feedback to address “various visual issues” in the game.

Players are reporting that the game has some visual glitches including glare, some content being blurred when the camera moves, and textures appearing too late.

Guerrilla Thank you players on Reddit for sharing their image issues with the team, saying they are “working cautiously to resolve these issues with a high priority and are working towards updating as soon as possible.

“We understand your frustration and appreciate your patience. We are doing our best to quickly return you to the wild so you can uncover all the secrets of the Forbidden West. .”

It’s hard to say when the update will be released as Guerrilla applied the patch just four days ago, when the game released on February 18.

The original Horizon Zero Dawn received post-launch patches weekly, with the first being released exactly seven days after launch.

It’s unclear if Guerrilla will stick to this type of release schedule for its updates to Horizon Forbidden West, but these visual issues are likely to be the first to be resolved when the patch arrives.

The issues don’t seem to affect the overall fun of the game too much IGN says PlayStation exclusivity is “great” like “Horizon Forbidden West is a great and wonderful display of the power of PS5.”

It is certain that See our guide as well for the best place to start in Forbidden Westthe most powerful skills to acquire, the most important things the game doesn’t tell you about, and more.

Ryan Dinsdale is a freelancer on IGN who occasionally remembers to tweet @thelastdinsdale.

https://www.ign.com/articles/horizon-forbidden-west-developer-working-on-fixing-various-visual-issues Horizon Forbidden West: Developers are working to fix ‘Various visual issues’

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