DLC is available for a few days Horizon Forbidden West: Burning Shores. As you know, this new content was only released on PS5, although the base game is also available on PS4. The reason is due to the graphics quality of this expansion, which needs the power of the PlayStation 5. But how much better are the graphics? Let’s get acquainted with the file Video comparison Made by ElAnalistaDeBits. The video obviously shows areas and enemies from the DLC, so don’t watch it if you don’t want to progressEspecially the ending, which shows an important and amazing plot battle.
One of the most publicized factors for this expansion was clouds, which exploits a novel volumetric technique that improves interaction with light. However, this has caused a consequence: if in the base game the clouds move, in this DLC they are fixed. However, it should be noted that in the main campaign of Horizon Forbidden West there was a height limit and you could not fly in the clouds: in Burning Shores it is possible. According to ElAnalistaDeBits, there are improvements that need to be made in the weather system and future Guerrilla projects should focus on this.
Then it is indicated that Burning Shores adds volcanic regions, which creates beautiful lava areas. It is also mentioned that the quality of some terrains is higher than that of the base game. There’s also talk that it’s now possible to jump into the water with a flying mount, but that doesn’t serve much purpose other than a couple of tasks. The area above the water is more interesting, as the areas are more vertical and interesting to explore on the fly.
It is also noted that the loading distance Horizon Forbidden West Burning Shores is taller, so the effect of the fog used to mask the area’s loads is less noticeable. However, graphical improvements have caused some performance drops in some areas, where there are many characters and objects, such as villages.
ElAnalistaDeBits also believes that the Higher graphics quality This wasn’t possible on PS4. The final battle in particular allows you to get an idea of what a fully realized sequel to Horizon Forbidden West could look like without PS4 restrictions.
Finally, we point out that Horizon Forbidden West Burning Shores has been bombarded with negative reviews because it “wakes up a lot.”
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