Horizon Zero Dawn Update Brings DLSS and AMD FSR to PC Version
Today, Guerilla Games released an update for the PC version of its open world action game Horizon Zero Dawn. This update adds support for the new features in the game’s latest patch, which was released for the PlayStation 4 back in mid-September. With the release of this patch, the PC version of Horizon Zero Dawn also received support for two new technologies.
The first is called “Fluid Simulation” that lets the game’s oceans look more realistic. The second is called “Deferred Loader” which should help players enjoy the game at higher resolutions. For owners of AMD’s graphics cards, the update also adds support for AMD’s new anti-aliasing technology, better known as “Fluid Simulation” and “Deferred Loader”, that has been implemented in the PS4 version, but not in the PC one.
Today, Guerrilla Games rolled out a brand new update for Horizon Zero Dawn on Steam. This update adds support for both DLSS and AMD FSR technology to the PC version of the game. The former is a rendering technique that reduces aliasing during games and the latter is an anti-aliasing technique.
These two rendering techniques will help players enjoy Horizon Zero Dawn better on PC. This patch also enables the use of HDR rendering and adds support for HDR on HDR-capable TVs and monitors.
The update also fixes a couple of UI bugs and issues with the options menu. You can get the details on what this update fixes below. Horizon Zero Dawn is an action role-playing video game developed by Guerrilla Games and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment. It was released worldwide for the PlayStation 4 in February 28, 2017.