Guerilla Games’ Horizon Zero Dawn PC port was released last year, but the developer has been pretty consistent with its patches to this day. A recent update to the game added support for AMD’s Fidelity FX Super Resolution as well as Nvidia’s DLSS technologies, among a slew of other things, and it’s been revealed that developer Nixxes Software was behind the patch.
In a recent post on Twitter, Guerilla acknowledged this and thanked the development team for the work. Of course, given the fact that Nixxes Software is primarily a PC port specialist, it isn’t too much of a surprise that the studio has been brought on to handle the PC side of PlayStation release.
Nixxes was one of the many key acquisitions that Sony made this year, along with other development studios like Housemarque and Bluepoint, among others. Support studio Valkyrie Enterainment was also recently acquired, while Sony has alsoc confirmed that Nixxes will be helping with the porting process of PlayStation games– although the upcoming Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection is being handled by Iron Galaxy Studios.
A huge shoutout to our friends at @NixxesSoftware who helped our teams with the recent PC patches! ❤
— Guerrilla (@Guerrilla) December 16, 2021