Horizon Zero Dawn [PS4, PC]

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  1. DSoup

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    I bought the disc version and grabbed the free digital version yesterday and I can see all of my saves from 2017!
     
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    Sweet. Thanks for the heads up. I'm glad I resisted buying the expansion. ;)
     
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    If you are playing on console there is no 60fps mode even on ps5, nor native 2160p.
     
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    I noticed that with my BD version. It's disappointing they didn't at least speed it up. Though it looks like the last PS4 version patch was back in 2018 so I suppose they consider it done.

    Really though I didn't have any complaints with its performance on the PS4 Pro. I didn't even see a need to switch it to performance render mode.
     
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    sorry got this confused with Ghost of Tsushima. Which I think got the 60fps patch. Or at least one of these exclusives did!
     
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    Ghost of tsushima and days gone got a 60fps patch yes.
     
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    You confused robot dinosaurs...and Samurai? :shock:

    Maybe for some crossover.. Ghost HorizonTsushima :runaway:
     
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    haha. =( my bad. I'll be ready for Horizon Wild West at least
     
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    Cowboys?
     
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    Since dinosaurs and samurais got mixed I expected wild West to be cowboys;)
     
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    oh lol
     
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    And giant enemy robot crabs.

    Do I have dementia or is this just the internet?
     
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    Either frozen wilds or forbidden west, yeah wild west belongs to Arthur Morgan or John Marston :razz:
     
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    Just finished repaying this on PC. The increase in particle effects, the extra weather effects, it's one fine looking game. Guerilla seem to have hit the nail on the head for an engine that scales well. They should offer to license this to EA so that Bioware have access to a decent engine that's not primarily built for FPS. But now I am all set for the next iteration. Well I will be once my dualshocks both come back from being repaired.
     
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    I had no idea they added extra weather effects
     
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    They might not have, I might just be misremembering the PS4 version but the dust storms, rain, snow etc all seem to be far more dense.
     
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    They've probably amped up the particles and other effects.
     
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    I originally bought the original version on disk (the DLC not included)
    So I downloaded the complete edition from Play at Home and it doesnt recognize my saves.
    Anyone else having the same issue?

    Was the disk version also the complete edition?
     
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