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Horizon Zero Dawn Update Introduces New Game Plus, New Difficulty
November 25 2017, 07:38 | Perry Erickson
Horizon Zero Dawn Update 1.30 Adds New Game+, Ultra Hard Difficulty & More
New Game+ will let you begin your adventure all over again, but this time you won't lose any of your items or level progression, meaning you can take on the wilds and experience the world in a whole new light. The level cap of 50 is still in effect, but XP can still be earned along the way.
But, if you're wanting an even harder challenge, there's an "Ultra Hard" difficulty for you to do. Guerrilla has implemented an Ultra Hard difficulty setting that upgrades machines' senses and behavior, and puts a limit on Aloy's health regeneration, among other tweaks.
The update also introduces Ultra Hard Difficulty to the game.
According to Guerrilla Games, Horizon Zero Dawn patch 1.30 includes "additional fixes to progression issues which some of you may have encountered". With this, players will not have the option to change to a less hard setting.
We will give you more updates about your favorite game, "Horizon Zero Dawn" as soon as information becomes available. On top of this, loads of existing weapons and outfits have been updated, giving you the chance to add an extra modification for a high price.
Added support for all European Union and USA text Languages on European Union and United States games.
These include fixing the issue in Field of the Fallen where Erend would not appear to several players. First is a New Game + mode.
"PlayStation 4 exclusive title, "#Horizon Zero Dawn" receives a massive update 1.30 today, which brings a load of new features. Should you immediately hop back into the adventure after completing the game, your Aloy will still be as strong and well-equipped as she was when you last saw her. The DLC was announced at E3 and the short trailer showed Aloy in a new, snowy area trying to reach a towering mountain guarded by a terrifying beast. When the player would perform a melee attack and use the Focus nearly simultaneously, it would cause Aloy's upper body to twist unnatural for a moment.