The developer is aware of issues reported about the PC port.
PC audiences have had the chance to experience Guerrilla Games’ 2017 open world action RPG Horizon Zero Dawn thanks to its recent release on Steam, and while that is, of course, an exciting prospect, the game’s PC launch has been marred by technical issues. From crashes to some instances of downgrades to frame rate issues, players have been reporting issues with the game’s PC port quite frequently since its release, and the developers have been listening.
Following the game’s recent PC release, Guerrilla Games took to Steam and posted an update in which they assured players that they are aware of all the issues that are being reported. All these reports are apparently being taken into consideration for future fixes, with Guerrilla saying that these fixes are their “highest priority.”
“We have been monitoring all of our channels and are aware that some players have been experiencing crashes and other technical issues,” the developer writes. “Please know that we are investigating your reports as our highest priority.”
As for when these issues will be addressed, Guerrilla haven’t given an exact (or rough, for that matter) timeframe, but they do say they will “update you all as soon as [they] have more news.”
Horizon Zero Dawn is available on PS4 and PC. You can read our in-depth technical analysis of the PC port through here.