A new patch has been rolled out to the PlayStation Horizon Zero Dawn game which follows on from last month patch 1.30 which added a new difficulty setting of ‘Ultra Hard’.
This month patch 1.32 has now added another difficulty setting at the other end of the spectrum making it easier for less experienced players to dive into the Horizon Zero Dawn’s immersive world and narrative.
Check out the embedded video below to learn more about what you can expect to enjoy from the features added in the latest Horizon Zero Dawn 1.32 patch. If you’re interested in seeing all the new tweaks, features, fixes and enhancements jump over to the official patch notes located here.
Among the most noticeable changes, ‘Story’ difficulty boosts the player-inflicted damage and reduces the player-received damage considerably, making the combat encounters manageable for less experienced players. It is our hope that the new difficulty setting will help us welcome more players into Aloy’s quest to discover her identity and the mysteries of the world she inhabits.
If you have a chance to try out ‘Story’ difficulty, we’d love to hear your thoughts! We’ll have more information on The Frozen Wilds soon, but in the meantime, keep an eye on the official Guerrilla Twitter and Facebook pages for all the latest Horizon Zero Dawn related news and developments.
Source: PSFiled Under: Gaming News, Playstation, Top News