New Horizon Zero Dawn Patch 1.33 Allows Manual Saving From a Previous Game When Starting a New Game

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Sep 18, 2017
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Guerrilla Games has released Horizon Zero Dawn patch 1.33 which allows players to create a manual save from a previous game when starting a new game.

In addition, the new update addresses various technical issues, issues that occurred with New Game + and Ultra Hard difficulty, progression issues and several crashes. Down below you’ll find the official release notes for Horizon Zero Dawn patch 1.33:

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New Features

  • Implemented an option to allow making a manual save from a previous Game when starting a New Game to avoid losing progress.

General Fixes

  • Fixed an issue where for some players Tearblast Arrows incorrectly deal extra Tear damage on Ultra Hard.
  • Fixed an issue where some players were able to reroll Special Modification Boxes by saving and reloading.

Progression issues fixes

  • Fixed an issue in ‘The Womb of the Mountain’ when playing on Story difficulty where some players were able to kill the Corruptor outside of the gate, blocking progression because the player is not able to interact with it to continue the quest.

 

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Horizon Zero Dawn is available now exclusively for PlayStation 4 (with PS4 Pro support). The action-RPG from Dutch developer Guerrilla Games was released back in February of this year, and has been selling amazingly well ever since. Two weeks after its release, 2.6 million copies were sold through globally.

“We knew Horizon Zero Dawn was going to be something special, so to see the incredible critical reaction to a brand new game world translate into this level of sales is really gratifying,” said Shawn Layden, Chairman of SIE Worldwide Studios. “Guerrilla has created a game that is nothing short of exceptional, and the reaction we have seen from fans – from hours and hours of gameplay streaming to endless photo sharing – shows just how impactful it has been.”

“We’re thrilled that Horizon Zero Dawn has been embraced by critics and players alike. Developing the game was a labor of love, so it’s extremely satisfying to see that it elicits the same passion and enthusiasm from the gaming public that we felt during its development,” said Guerrilla Managing Director Hermen Hulst. “This is only the beginning of Aloy’s story and our exploration of the world of Horizon Zero Dawn, with the team already hard at work on an expansion to the story.”

The game’s first expansion, The Frozen Wilds, will release on November 7th.

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