New Horizon Zero Dawn Patch 1.32 Offers Easier “Story” Difficulty Mode Alongside Various Fixes
Horizon Zero Dawn Patch 1.32 has been released by developer Guerrilla Games, which offers various fixes and an all-new easier difficulty mode.
The update adds “Story” difficulty to Guerrilla’s action-RPG which allows players to immerse themselves in the deep narrative of the game by making the combat easier. In addition to the new difficulty, the update offers fixes for technical issues, progression issues and crashes.
To highlight the features in patch 1.32, Sony has released a new video which can be watched below. We’ve also included the full patch notes.
Added ‘Story Mode’ difficulty. An easier difficulty setting for people that mainly want to experience the story of Horizon Zero Dawn.
Fixed an issue for some players where human melee attackers could change their rotation and warp towards the player after jump attacking giving them an unfair advantage.
Fixed an issue in New Game+ where some players were not allowed to fast travel to Sunfall campfires with the Shadow Stalwart Adept armour equipped.
Fixed an issue where certain players were not able to abandon a job for a job created to buy items at a merchant.
Fixed an issue that some players encountered where some animation events would not work properly when the player has a lot of resources.
Fixed an issue in “Revenge of the Nora” where for some players the Nora would not help Aloy fight off the enemy during the ‘Clear the Camps’ objective.
Fixed an issue in “The Point of the Spear” where some players were not able to continue the quest if they dropped their Tripcaster on NG+ before talking to Rost.
Fixed an issue in “The Sun Shall Fall” where some players were not able to get back in the palace to talk to Blameless Marad as the gates were closed.
Fixed an issue where the game would crash for certain players if they switched difficulty while Aloy is dead with an Errand active.
Fixed an issue where for some players the game would crash if a player continuously makes ‘Jobs’ and then changes difficulty continuously.
Minor text fixes.
Horizon Zero Dawn is available now exclusively for PlayStation 4. The game’s first expansion, The Frozen Wilds, will release on November 7th.