Horizon Zero Dawn Day One Patch Notes Will Be Shared As Soon As The Game Has Launched: Guerrilla Games
Rumors around the day one patch coming to Horizon: Zero Dawn were pretty alarming, as it was supposedly in the cards to have it weighing in at something close to 16GB. Luckily enough, talking directly with fans on Twitter, developer Guerrilla Games provided us with all the information we need about how much free space we'll have on our PS4 hard drives.
"For those interested, #HorizonZeroDawn will receive a day one patch of around 250MB," Guerrilla Games said from his official Twitter account. While it was reported how much space we'll be required for this space, we've not been told which fixes and correction this update will be bringing in as soon as the game releases.
"Patch notes will be shared as soon as the game has launched," the Dutch developer confirmed in a later tweet. So we don't have this kind of information now, but we will in the next few weeks, as Horizon: Zero Dawn drops on February 28/March 1 depending on your territory. It's so close now we can feel those dino-machines' breath on our neck.
For those interested, #HorizonZeroDawn will receive a day one patch of around 250MB.— Guerrilla Games (@Guerrilla) February 16, 2017
@EyeAintReal patch notes will be shared as soon as the game has launched.— Guerrilla Games (@Guerrilla) February 16, 2017