After a little break, Dayz got its new update today, and now folks can take a look at what’s coming by browsing the patch notes. Instead of bringing significant features, the game’s latest patch focuses on issues that annoy fans. The new update addresses several issues, such as the problem of the player’s camera disappearing after swimming. All players should briefly review the fixes of this patch before continuing their playthrough. Let’s review the DayZ 1.21 Update 2 patch notes.
Patch Notes for the DayZ 1.21 Update 2
- In the French localization of the logout timer, minutes and seconds were swapped.
- The player’s camera would be misplaced after swimming
- The loaded state of the crossbow was not properly reflected when carried on the player’s back
- Other players could hear characters groan in pain after falling, even if this sound wasn’t played for that player.
- Bolts stuck in infected animals could not be taken into hands directly
- Switching items right after cutting down a tree could result in desynchronization
- Ammunition piles outside of the player’s network bubble could desynchronize
- Items inside waterproof gear could get wet
- Vehicle parts on truck wrecks were spawning badly rotated
- Items spawn points were misaligned in various buildings
- Reduced the volume of the thirst indication sounds
- Fixed: Vehicle parts on truck wrecks were spawning badly rotated
- Fixed: Items spawn points were misaligned in various buildings
Fixed: Wood & rock mining deleted objects spawned by Object Spawner
- Fixed: Loot spawned through the Object Spawner did not despawn if moved
- Fixed: Items spawned by the Object Spawner had incorrect positions
- Fixed: Admin kill logs did not include hit zone and caliber information
- Fixed: IsWell returns the correct value based on WaterSourceObjectType
- Fixed: Some 1.21 items were missing their respective script classes.
- Admin logs are not writing deaths by AI correctly
The patch notes for 1.21 Update 2 for DayZ apply to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC versions of the game. Lastly, if you’re a console owner, then check out the console-specific patch notes mentioned here.