Guerrilla Games has announced that it is shifting its focus to development Horizon Forbidden West, and winding down the work Horizon Zero Dawn‘s Complete Edition on PC, released last August.
A message on the developer’s website reads:
We are pleased to announce that Patch 1.10 for Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition is now live! This patch introduces crash fixes and performance improvements reported by our community.
As our team continues to develop our upcoming Horizon Forbidden West title, we will switch to less frequent updates to Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition for PC after this patch. Keep in mind that we will continue to monitor our common areas as always! We would like to thank you all for your continued support and for submitting your crash reports over the past months. The information we received through your reports has been invaluable to further investigate and fix some of the trickier issues we fixed in Patch 1.10.
Interestingly, once this update was picked up by news outlets, Guerrilla Games updated its website, scraping the second paragraph of the above statement entirely. This change was made early this morning (you can find an archived version of the page below). It is unclear what prompted the developer to change the notification.
Horizon Forbidden West is in development for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, the latter of which will be built from scratch to use new hardware. The game is expected to release sometime towards the end of this year.
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