Days Gone Patch Notes 1.30 – New Update Released

Days Gone Patch Notes 1.30 – New Update Released

The SIE Bend Studios have released Days Gone Update 1.30, the Client Patch is now ready for download.

The download of this new update is 15 GB in size, you have to download and install it. Some new options have been added with the update and there are some bug fixes.


Days Gone Patch Notes 1.30 – Update vom 27. Juli

Weekly DLC Challenges

  • “Keep Them Safer” is the next free DLC challenge! It’s you and your bike VS. 300 Freakers!
    • Utilize your crossbow and try for headshots to unlock the sub-challenges for major points!
    • Do your best to avoid taking damage and rolling to earn even more points to acquire a gold rank.

Challenge 6 – Will be unlocked on August 2nd

Challenge 7 – Will be unlocked on August 9th

Challenge 8 – Will be unlocked on August 16th

A reminder that all the challenges we release are planned to stay unlocked indefinitely.


We at Bend Studio have been working on implementing a variety of accessibility options to make the game more accessible for all players. With the release of Patch 1.3, we have officially started to rollout our new accessibility options.

In Patch 1.3, we have added the following options:


While Days Gone did have the option to invert the Vertical Camera, there was no option to invert the Horizontal Camera as well. Now the player can invert both the Vertical and Horizontal cameras.


Camera Follow Tracking was an option in Days Gone, but it wasn’t fully working as intended. Non-aiming cameras didn’t always automatically follow the player, especially if an enemy was in close proximity. Now, this option should be fixed. Enabling Camera Follow Tracking will now allow the camera to slowly follow the player when turning.


Previously, the only way to turn off the DualShock 4 controller speakers was via the PlayStation® 4 system menu. We’ve added the option to disable the controller speakers from within the game. Doing so will reroute the audio through the player’s normal audio output device.


To make subtitles easier to read, we’ve added the ability to adjust the size of the subtitles. The options are small (default), medium, and large.


On top of adjusting subtitle size, the player can now change the subtitle background by making it transparent or disabling the background entirely.


By default, we always display the speaker’s name in front of the subtitle. Now, we’ve added the ability to disable the speaker name from appearing in front of the subtitles.


We shipped our game with repeated button presses for our grapple events. We have now added the option to change the tap to a hold. Now, players can hold the required button for a certain amount of time to complete the same events.


The size of our repeated button icons can also be small, especially for players further away from their screens. We added an option for the player to adjust the size of repeated button icons, from small (default), to medium, to large.


We relaxed how far the left analog stick had to be pressed before activating sprint, making it feel much more responsive.

This is only the beginning of our push for more and better accessibility features in Days Gone. We’re still working on trying to implement more options, and will be rolling them out in the coming months. We’ll keep you updated as we work on and roll out additional features.

Progression Issues

  • NPCs in the mission “That Nevers Gets Old” should not get stuck in the terrain

General Fixes

  • Traps can now be placed in shallow water
  • Deacon’s bike should not become invisible after using Photo-mode
  • Freakers should now have more fluid animations when interacting with ledges
  • The “1%ER” ring now functions properly in all challenges
  • Fixed an issue where a small number of players wouldn’t progress to the results screen on the challenge “Drifter’s Run”
  • Traps should now appear on the player’s mini-map
  • Names are now consistent within the Leaderboards
  • Amendments have been made to our credits
  • Miscellaneous fixes to the HUD after certain missions
  • Miscellaneous bug and crash fixes
  • Miscellaneous audio adjustments throughout the game

Written by: Carizma

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  1. Andy Rogers July 31, 2019 | Reply

    It would be nice if you could carry a extra weapon on your bike

  2. Jesse July 28, 2019 | Reply

    Essentially Bend has created updates the size a huge expansion pack and all we have for the actual single player story mode is “you can sprint better”

  3. Jesse July 28, 2019 | Reply

    I want to get excited but this is like 27gb now of updates and 1 hour of waiting to play in the morning while my kids sleep for nothing. Challenges that have no bearing or story items and fixes for meaningless stuff. Dont get me wrong, glad your fixing stuff that i’ve never had an issue with, just wondering why were getting updates 1/3 the size of the entire game and basically nothing new is added?

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