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Horizon Forbidden West Patch 1.06 Means Aloy Won’t Constantly Mention Her Stash


Horizon Forbidden West has received a new patch from Guerrilla Games, which is version 1.06. While the patch resolves many of the issues that have been reported by players since the game’s debut, such as instances of game crashes and Aloy’s preoccupation with her hoard, there are still some known bugs, such as recurring music tracks, that are currently being worked on by the development team.

Horizon Forbidden West Update 1.06 Patch Notes

Patch 1.06 for Horizon Forbidden West was published for PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 today. Several crash fixes were included in this patch, which should help to alleviate some of the visual freezes that have been occurring since Patch 1.05. Several “unintentional loading screens/black screens” and “pop-ins” during cinematics are also addressed in this version.

Aloy no longer mentions her hoard “nearly as regularly as previously,” which will be a relief to gamers.
Numerous bugs and overzealous machines have been addressed in both the main storyline and the side missions. These include a few advancement stumbling blocks in the “Reach for the Stars” instructional mission. All of the game’s world activities have received attention, including cauldrons, combat pits, salvage contracts, Machine Strike, signal towers, and the Arena.

Graphics problems such as blurring, jittering camera movements, unexpected illumination changes and a lack of detail and inaccurate models have all been addressed. The complete list of fixes can be found in the patch notes on the subreddit r/horizon. Firegleam symbols don’t vanish and the inability to achieve 100% are among the issues that have yet to be addressed. Unfortunately.

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