Video Game Updates & Patch Notes

Horizon Forbidden West 1.21 Patch Notes

Guerrilla Games has announced the release of Patch 1.21 for Horizon Forbidden West, exclusively available for PlayStation 5 users. The patch sets the stage for the upcoming Horizon Forbidden West: Burning Shores expansion and brings a range of new accessibility features to the game.

The Burning Shores expansion, which will be playable from April 19th onwards, promises to enrich the Horizon Forbidden West gaming experience further. Details of the expansion’s content remain under wraps, but anticipation is high among the game’s fanbase.

NEW FEATURES

  • Introduced new accessibility features, including:
    • Enlarging Subtitles
    • Auto-Pickup
    • Color Blindness settings
    • Auto camera
    • Navigation assist in Focus Mode
    • Thalassophobia mode
    • Additional accessibility features
  • Support for Horizon Forbidden West: Burning Shores expansion has been added.

Guerrilla Games encourages players to report any issues they encounter via the Support Form, as this is the most efficient way for the team to address and resolve concerns. Social media comments, mentions, and direct messages are not recommended for reporting issues.

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