news tip Horizon Forbidden West: A hidden feature in patch 1.09 makes all the difference!
Update 1.09 brought some changes to Horizon: Forbidden West, most of them cosmetic, but it seems that a new and very useful feature has gone unnoticed. We explain what it is and why this new option will change your life.
A huge world that has no shortage of resources
The world of GAIA has expanded into the Forbidden West with Horizon: Forbidden Westand Aloy’s journey to secure Earth’s future has allowed her to discover never-before-seen machines, tribes, and places.† From Couards to Île aux Aiguilles via Les Morisables, the fiery-haired heroine is now far removed from the Holy Lands of the Noras that we discovered in Horizon: Zero Dawn† During her journey, Aloy had the chance to explore different environments such as the arid desert of the Land of Nobody, the incredible gardens of Melopée, and even the snow-capped peaks of the Rempart, each area contains its share of enemies, secrets and collectibles.
Horizon: Forbidden West invites you by default to get lost in this vast world and find your way only through your instincts, promoting a slower and above all deeper exploration of the world around you† You can then choose to follow the ready-made paths to reach your goals faster or to brave the unknown by immersing yourself in the many ruins and forests available to you. Along the way you will encounter the machines that recaptured the land of GAIA after the fall of the Ancients, but especially on many resources intended to assist you in your quest to save the planet. You won’t miss it coastal rodsfrom stones or from medicinal berries to craft arrows, distract enemies or heal yourself – but sometimes the recovery process can be long† Even if it’s not really a problem when you discover the game, you can change your mind after 40 hours of playing…
Thankfully, there’s now a feature that can make resource gathering easier! We explain to you:
The hidden feature of update 1.09
Recently Horizon: Forbidden West was entitled to: a new update to freeze, flicker and most importantly: a persistent bug that prevented players from completing the notebook to 100%of which you can find the full patch notes just here† However, it seems the patch notes have left out one potentially life-changing change for resource collectors: the ability to disable animations related to item retrieval† If you go to the Institutions and you go to the bottom of the tab Generalyou will see a new option:
Between the Weapon wheel deceleration and the automatic guide wingyou can choose whether you want the Get animations. If you deactivate this option, Aloy will no longer stoop to pick up the various resources she finds in nature, not even underwater and on the back of a mount† Please note that this feature does not affect: only objects that do not require the corresponding button to be pressed, so you still have to crouch to collect machine parts, open stock caches, and skin animals you’ve slaughtered. But for everything else all you have to do is press come by to refuel, which can make all the difference if you run out of medicinal berries in the middle of a battle against a thorn thorn!
Horizon: Forbidden West Walkthrough Summary
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