Guerrilla has launched a new patch for Horizon Forbidden West which provides a spread of new accessibility options – together with one designed for individuals who endure from thalassophobia.
Thalassophobia is classed because the persistent and intense worry of deep our bodies of water, together with the ocean, oceans and even lakes. It is completely different from aquaphobia, which is a worry of water itself.
According to Guerilla, this option goals to ease a participant’s thalassophobia by “improving underwater ambient visibility”. Additionally, Aloy will be capable to breathe indefinitely when below the water “regardless of story progression”.
The distinction is refined, however you may see a pinkish pulse illuminating the ocean mattress so you may higher see Aloy’s environment within the decrease of the 2 movies under (with because of Eurogamer’s Marie for recording each).
Known as Patch 1.21, this replace is unique to PlayStation 5 consoles. It additionally makes looting quite a bit simpler because of the auto-pickup option, and enlarges subtitles.
You can learn the total patch notes under:
This patch is all making ready gamers for Horizon Forbidden West’s Burning Shores DLC, which is out in the present day.
Burning Shores will see Forbidden West’s protagonist Aloy heading out to the “untamed wilds of Los Angeles” following the occasions of Forbidden West’s principal marketing campaign.
However, regardless of the bottom sport releasing throughout each PlayStation 5 and PS4 consoles, Burning Shores is a PS5 unique. Last month, sport director Mathijs de Jonge promised Horizon Forbidden West’s Burning Shores DLC will absolutely embrace the “power” of the PlayStation 5, in a bid to clarify why the add-on is unique to Sony’s newer console.