Guerrilla Games rolled out Horizon Forbidden West update 1.16 in the wee hours of Saturday in order to fix major crashes that were introduced by the big New Game+ update. The developer urged fans to update their game before proceeding in order to avoid losing saves.
Horizon Forbidden West update 1.16 details
Following update 1.15, players on both the PlayStation 4 and 5 reported that they experienced crashes that corrupted game saves created before the major update where a job was in progress. The bad news is that it doesn’t look like lost saves can be recovered. But the good news is, the issue has been promptly fixed and shouldn’t happen again provided that you download the update.
Hi everyone! We’ve just launched Update 1.16 on both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, which fixes a crash that affected save games created before 1.15 where a job was in progress. Please be sure to update your game!
Happy Saturday, and happy exploring out in the wilds
— Guerrilla (@Guerrilla) June 4, 2022
It’s worth jumping back into Horizon Forbidden West following the New Game+ update because it brings a number of new features alongside a plethora of bug fixes and gameplay improvements. New features include:
- New Game+
- Ultra Hard difficulty mode when selecting the difficulty for New Game or New Game Plus
- Reset Skills functionality within the menu
- New functionality to apply a different look to Aloy’s armor.
- New Rewards available in New Game+ (Weapons, Dyes and Face Paints)
- A New Trophy Set
Horizon Forbidden West is also getting an update for VRR and 40 frames-per-second support. For more on the game, check out our previous coverage and stay tuned for more.
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