Horizon Zero Dawn “Story” Difficulty Introduced With Patch 1.32
Guerrilla Games rolled out rolled out patch 1.30 last month for Horizon Zero Dawn that brought “Ultra Hard” difficulty and now the devs have introduced new “Story” difficulty with patch 1.32. This difficulty level is for those who like to immerse themselves in the story and exploration without having to worry about the combat.
The most noticeable changes in the “Story” difficulty for Horizon Zero Dawn include the damage dealt by players has been significantly boosted and the damage players receive has been reduced. This makes the combat encounters “manageable for less experienced players. It is our hope that the new difficulty setting will help us welcome more players onto Aloy’s quest to discover her identity and the mysteries of the world she inhabits.”
Aside from this low difficulty level, patch 1.32 for Horizon Zero Dawn also brings some fixes which are outlined in the patch notes.
Horizon Zero Dawn is one of the best games released for this generation and while it is a PS4 exclusive but, Xbox founder is very impressed by the game. According to Seamus Blackley, it is a spectacular game and it takes balls to make a game like Horizon Zero Dawn.
I want big release. 100 million Dollar bet” that requires a lot of courage. Blackley said Guerrilla is a great developer but that it takes “balls” to bring such projects to the market and that Yoshida “is the man” for sticking by it even if it wasn’t looking too good at times during the development.
Guerrilla Games is working on The Frozen Wilds expansion for Horizon Zero Dawn that will introduce new playable area in the game. The expansion will be available on November 7, 2017.
Horizon Zero Dawn is an open-world action adventure game developed by Guerrilla Games exclusively for PlayStation 4.