Days Gone Keeps Getting Updates; Here Are All The Patch Notes

Days Gone has suffered from a variety of nagging since launch, with multiple reports of audio and bug issues affecting the game. Developer SIE Bend Studio has released a slew of patches that operate as quick-fixes to some of these issues.

The Oregon-based developer took to Reddit to announce three separate patches that have recently hit for its zombie-infested, open-world action game. The three patches–patch 1.05, 1.06, and 1.07–are short and sweet, and handle auto-save functionality, dropped audio, streaming complications, and more. You can read the full patch notes below to see what’s been changed and fixed over the past few days. These are all available now.

Patch 1.05

General Fixes

  • A fix for a streaming issue in a certain locations

Crash Fixes

  • Fixed a bug where some players experienced a crash when booting up the game

Known Issue

  • Audio dropping out/muted. If you are experiencing this, equip the default exhaust to your bike. We are looking into a resolution for this issue.

Patch 1.06

General Fixes

  • Auto-save function will now save the correct number of saves to your save cloud account
  • Audio should no longer be cut out/dropped when it involves equipping certain engines and certain exhausts to your bike
  • Difficulty settings are retained through patches

Known Issues

  • The crash on startup and other issues in this scope are being investigated. As of now, if you haven’t downloaded Patch 1.06 and start-up Days Gone, you will remain with Patch 1.05 active. Updates to come

Patch 1.07

General Fixes

  • Audio should no longer be cut out/dropped when it involves equipping certain engines and certain exhausts to your bike

Despite facing performance issues, Days Gone still managed to pull the UK’s top sales spot, according to sales monitor Chart-Track. Additionally, Days Gone will receive free DLC this June, including a new survival mode and challenges centered around the bike, horde, and combat.

In our Days Gone review, we said, “Riding a souped-up motorcycle through the world and taking out zombie nests and hordes is satisfying in the way that completing open-world checklists often is, but by the end, you’re left to wonder what the point of it all was.”

from GameSpot – Game News

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