Horizon Zero Dawn patch will give we some-more options in print mode (update)

Horizon Zero Dawn’s subsequent refurbish will enhance a already strong apartment of facilities accessible in a game’s dear print mode, developer Guerrilla Games announced today.

The version 1.20 patch, that is scheduled to go live subsequent week, will broach vague improvements to a camera controls in a print mode. It will also move in 3 new picture filters; options to poise Aloy, to put certain facial expressions on her and to have her demeanour directly during a camera; and a ability to put a word “greetings from” on a screenshot, to make it demeanour like a postcard from a 31st century. Plus, we photographers out there will be means to superimpose a three-by-three grid on images, to assistance we belong to a rule of thirds (see below).

Guerrilla is also including other community-requested facilities in a 1.20 patch. You’ll now be means to filter a in-game map to capacitate or invalidate a arrangement of certain icons. A new slider will concede we to adjust a attraction of a camera. The patch will supplement additional customization options for a HUD, and let we censor Aloy’s headgear. Horizon Zero Dawn’s register is removing an upgrade, too, with options to specify and arrange equipment as good as a ability to sell an whole smoke-stack of equipment from Aloy’s register by double-tapping a block button. You can see a full list of bug fixes and new facilities in a patch notes.

Finally, Guerrilla pronounced that Horizon Zero Dawn owners in North America will be means to play a diversion with Spanish discourse by downloading a giveaway voice-over container from a PlayStation Store.

Update (May 8): The Spanish denunciation container is now accessible in a PlayStation Store.

Horizon Zero Dawn 1.20 patch - print mode grid

The order of thirds in action!
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