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Here’s what the new Thalassophobia alternative to Horizon Forbidden West looks like -By Fsk

Guerrilla has released a new patch for Horizon Forbidden West that adds a series of new accessibility features designed for those who suffer from thalassophobia.

Thalassophobia is classified as a persistent and intense fear of deep bodies of water including seas, oceans and even lakes. This is different from aquaphobia, which is the fear of water itself.

According to Guerrilla, this option is intended to reduce a player’s thalassophobia by “improving underwater visibility”. Additionally, Aloy will be able to breathe indefinitely when underwater “regardless of story progression”.

The difference is subtle, but you can see a pink pulse lighting up the sea bed so you can better see Aloy’s surroundings in the bottom of the two videos below (both recorded by Eurogamer’s Mary Kay). Thank you).

Here’s Aloy walking around Horizon Forbidden West with the new Thalassophobia mode feature turned off.
And here it is with the new Thalassophobia Mode feature on.

This update, known as Patch 1.21, is only for PlayStation 5 consoles. It also makes listening very easy due to the auto-pickup option, and magnifies subtitles.

You can read the full patch notes below:

Horizon Forbidden West – Patch 1.21
in the horizon by u/WLF359

This patch is preparing all players for Horizon Forbidden West’s Burning Shores DLC, which is out today.

Following the events of Burning Shores Forbidden West’s main campaign, the protagonist of Forbidden West will see Aloy heading towards the “untamed jungle of Los Angeles”.

However, Burning Shores is a PS5 exclusive, despite the base game being released on both the PlayStation 5 and PS4 consoles. Last month, game director Matthijs de Jonge promised that Horizon Forbidden West’s Burning Shores DLC would fully embrace the “power” of the PlayStation 5, to explain why the add-on is exclusive to Sony’s new console. .