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Days Gone 1.10 Patch Notes Add Survival Mode Difficulty

Days Gone 1.10 Patch Notes Add Survival Mode Difficulty

Days Gone 1.10 Patch is out right now. We have the lowdown on the 1.10 Patch Notes. The patch includes the brand new Survival Difficulty Mode.

The PlayStation Blog offers some more details on this difficulty in Days Gone:

Survival difficulty mode kicks things off today. This builds on top of the current hard mode, with many tuning changes that create a much more challenging experience surviving the Central Oregon wilderness. Not only are the enemies harder, but you can’t bypass them using Fast Travel. This mode also features an immersive HUD that increases tension by removing enemy awareness indicators and outlines. The HUD is turned off, but players can temporarily display it by activating Survival Vision. In addition to bragging rights, players will earn new bike skins and trophies that can only be acquired by playing and beating Survival difficulty.

We currently don’t know of any other changes the patch brings.

Later in June, Bend Studio will introduce Horde, Bike, and Combat challenges to the PlayStation exclusive. The PlayStation Blog details some more information about this feature as well:

Later in June, we will begin releasing Challenges. Each week a new combat, bike, or horde challenge drops with unique rules and scoring modifiers. Doing well at challenges awards wearable patches that come with perks. Patches provide small gameplay improvements like increased health, faster stamina recharging, decreased focus cost, greater melee weapon durability, better gun accuracy from the bike, and more. Patch benefits stack and even carry back into the main game. Players also earn rank and credits to buy character skins, bike skins, and wearable rings that provide more potent gameplay perks to help players perform better at all challenges.

Players can only equip two rings at a time, so they have to make tactical decisions for each challenge. Rolling reloads a portion of your ammo, vaulting regenerates some stamina, headshots increase gun accuracy, and more. Rings do not carry over to the main game. Replaying a challenge with new perks opens up increased scoring possibilities and opportunities to earn new rewards to build a better score to compete against your friends and the world via leaderboards.

Days Gone is available now on PlayStation 4.