Sony Bend Studio has released a new update for Days Gone today. This comes hot off the heels of the last update that increased the frequency of the audio bug in the game.
Days Gone update 1.06 is the second update after the launch of the game. It was released on April 26 and has received two updates since then, while pre-launch, there were a total of three more updates released for the game. While the support received by the game is great, it doesn’t help that people have to download a new update after every few days.
As for the patch notes or changelog for Days Gone update version 1.06, it is still unclear what has been fixed in this update. The last time an update was released was on the weekend just after the launch of the game.
So this could be a follow up to that update where Sony Bend Studio revealed that they are investigating the issues with the audio getting cut or muted in Days Gone. There was a temporary fix for it but a patch was coming in time to resolve it for everyone.
Update: Here are the official patch notes for this update as shared by Sony Bend Studio.
- 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
Days Gone is the first open world game from Sony Bend Studio that runs on Unreal Engine 4. There have been a couple of issues since its launch on April 26 like the Copeland Camp glitch, and Frame Rate issue.
“The devs are improving the game, so let me complain about it.”