Patch Notes

The Hunter Call Of The Wild (COTW) Update 1.29 Patch Notes

The Hunter Call Of The Wild update 1.29 is now rolling out for PS4 and Xbox One players. According to the official the Hunter COTW version 1.29 patch notes, the latest update adds 6th reserve ‘Yukon Valley’ to the game. Apart from this, the Hunter Call Of The Wild patch 1.29 also added stability and performance improvements.


Previously, a big update was released with the Treestand and Tripod Pack. Unfortunately, since the last patch, many players are experiencing a number of issues. Today’s the Hunter Call Of The Wild update 1.29 is expected to fix all these issues. Check out more details below.

The Hunter Call Of The Wild update 1.29 Patch Notes

New Features

New Reserve – Yukon Valley Referred to by some as “The Last Frontier” and “The Land of the Midnight Sun”, it’s hard to deny that Alaska is a place of untamed natural beauty. Under the watchful gaze and devoted care of warden Jim Murray, Yukon Valley has become a haven for knowledgeable hunters and ecologists, looking to maintain the delicate balance of the ecosystem. With its breathtaking environments that stretch from the rolling hills of blood-coloured moss, to the snow-covered mountains framing the reserve; Yukon Valley is spectacular to behold.

  • Species: Caribou, Grizzly Bear, Moose, Red Fox, Harlequin Duck, Plains Bison, Gray Wolf
  • New behaviour: Wolves will travel in packs, howl and confront hunters
  • New confrontation behaviours: Face off packs of wolves and fend for survival
  • New missions: 10 main missions & 42 side missions
  • New reserve warden: Jim Murray
  • New weapon: .300 CANNING MAGNUM
  • New ammunition: .300 Magnum Soft Point & .300 Magnum Polymer-Tip
  • New lures: Harlequin Duck decoys
  • 10 new achievements
  • New loading screens
  • Updated reserve selection screen
  • TruRACS: Introduced to Caribou and Reindeer

Bug Fixes & Game Improvements in The Hunter COTW update 1.29

  • New Save System
  • Japanese localization now available
  • The Hunter Call Of The Wild update 1.29 added a button to delete a trophy lodge
  • Player is no longer pushed by vegetation on any reserve
  • Deleting Hunt Club user no longer crashes the game
  • Fixed an issue where invisible items would take up space in the backpack (for example after DLC is removed)
  • The Hunter Call Of The Wild 1.29 fixed an issue in Parque Fernando that blocked players from progressing when shooting the box on the parachute
  • Fixed aggressive behaviour of all bears
  • Audio is now more consistent when navigating equipment cache
  • Focus will remain on the ‘Saved Harvest’ screen after taxidermizing a saved harvest, instead of moving to the ‘Trophies’ screen
  • Fixed an issue that would over-encumber the player when using a gamepad
  • The Hunter Call Of The Wild version 1.29 fixed an issue that made it impossible to click “Apply” in display settings
  • Fixed an issue that made it impossible to go to trophy lodge #5 and above when using a controller
  • The Hunter COTW update 1.29 fixed an issue where track/clue color settings were not saved for Parque Fernando
  • A number of animation and visual improvements on Lion, Siberian Musk Deer, Bison and Moose
  • Various crash fixes
  • Headers in the Trophy Manager list are now correctly localized

The Hunter Call Of The Wild update 1.29 for PS4 and Xbox One is now available for download.