Days Gone Update Adds New Bike-Themed Challenge
The folks over at SIE Bend Studio are continuing to provide new and exciting updates for Days Gone, with the first of the game’s weekly challenges having begun late last month. Mixing things up a bit, the latest patch that has released for the game also adds a brand new challenge that will see players putting their Drifter Bike skills to the test.
Called Drifter’s Run, the new challenge tasks players with driving through the volcanic area of Crater Lake. The objective is to collect all the bandages in the area while avoiding a few pesky road hazards, such as Freakers, a horde, and environmental hazards like burning buildings. Players are also given the added incentive of going off ramps to score extra points.
The patch itself brings with it a few much needed fixes, with one of them addressing a progression issue with the quest “It’s A Rifle, Not a Gun.”Those looking to check out the full patch notes can do so below:
WEEKLY DLC CHALLENGES
“Drifter’s Run” is our first challenge involving our bike! Gather all the bandages in the harsh volcanic area of Crater Lake
Avoid burned down houses, Freakers, and the Horde to gather bandages as fast as you can and make it to the finish line!
Use ramps to score extra points and utilize your Nitrous Boost as much as can
Players should be able progress properly in “It’s A Rifle, Not a Gun”
General awareness of the NPCs have been adjusted for all modes
If you were killed right after burning down a nest, the nest should repopulate properly
Picking up a group of items near an ammo box will now also grab the ammo box
Adjustments to scoring on the DLC challenge “Drifter’s Run”
Correct number of bolts crafted is shown in the player’s menu
Fixed issues involving Survival Vision and enemy outlines during Survival Mode
The “Dead Don’t Ride” custom accent should be appear in the Mechanic’s menu in this patch
Days Gone is now available exclusively for the PlayStation 4.
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