The Hunter Call Of The Wild update 1.60 patch notes released for PS4 players. According to the Hunter COTW update 1.60 patch notes, the latest patch added Bloodhound DLC and brings gameplay changes and fixes. Apart from this, the Hunter Call Of The Wild version 1.60 also includes performance improvements.
Unfortunately, since the last patch, many players are experiencing a number of issues. Today’s the Hunter COTW update 1.60 will fix a few of these issues.
Meet the Bloodhound, your new best friend and the first ever hunting dog in theHunter: Call of the Wild™. Use it to track the scent of blood from injured prey, match its traits to your hunting style, and forge a bond that will last a lifetime. The Bloodhound is the most efficient and loyal sidekick a hunter could ever want.
A NOSY PARTNER The Bloodhound is famous for its outstanding sense of smell. It has roughly 300 million scent receptors, and can pick up blood trails even in the thickest of brush with ease. Putting your dog to work gives it experience, which is used to progress through its 30 companion levels and 15 tracker levels. The more you hunt together, the more efficient it becomes.
HUNTER’S BEST FRIEND Your dog’s ability to focus is directly connected to the bond you share. Rewarding your companion by praising, petting, or giving it treats strengthens your bond, so make sure to show your four-legged friend some love after a good day’s hunt!
ONE OF A KIND You can name your dog, choose its fur coat variation, and pick what traits it should have. Add multiple dogs to your roster, and pick one to go hunting with. When it’s time to relax at the Trophy Lodge or nearest Outpost, rest assured your active dog will be there to greet you.
The Bloodhound is available as both male and female, and comes in six fur coat variations: Black and Tan Fullcoat, Black and Tan Saddle, Liver and Tan Fullcoat, Liver and Tan Saddle, Red and Black Pigmented, Red and Liver Pigmented.
Added support for new paid DLC: Bloodhound
• Blackbuck TruRACS
— Helpful Tips for Hunting Dog
To get your very own Bloodhound you’ll need to visit the nearest Outpost locker.
Additional information on the Bloodhound can be found in the Codex Tutorial Log.
Like tracks, animals, and points of interest viewing options, you can find and tailor certain accessibility settings via the in-game menu under the Settings ‘System’ option.
Reworked animal simulation code which should fix issues with animals not showing on time at need zones and not dropping clues while also improving performance
Alexander Traditional Longbow (Silver Ridge Peaks) can now be used to complete several bow hunting missions in Layton Lake and Hirschfelden
Fixed several issues resulting in animals falling out of sync between players in multiplayer game
Fixed issue with Trophy Lodge multiplayer where a guest would spawn in an empty lot
On PC, the animal ranking leaderboards will not be empty anymore
Fixed certain cases where the game would shut down due to becoming disconnected from Steam server (even when playing offline)
— Animals & Environment
Fixed Turkeys so that they properly flee when spooked
Fixed an invisible horn of a Bighorn Sheep on a very low-scoring set of horns
Red Fox feeding need zones no longer show up right next to European Rabbit burrows
Tweaked several side missions from Vualez Arc (Layton Lake) so that they’re no longer so extremely hard to complete
Revised the number of coyotes in Cheelah Lake to complete a mission
Walking through shallow water won’t be too loud anymore
— Weapons, Gear, & Character
Fixed Rangefinder Bow Sight (High Tech Hunting Pack) so that it shows distance to target in yards when using imperial unit system
— User Interface & Multiplayer
Fixed an issue where human tracks (related to various missions) would show a random animal icon in the Tracking HUD
Fixed issue where mounting weapons on gun racks during multiplayer session would prevent player from entering their trophy lodge again
Fixed an exploit that allowed to harvest the same animal multiple times under severe network lag
Fixed issue where confirmation prompt would remain on screen after closing Store, and could result in buying wrong item
Fixed issue with ATV prompt showing for all players in a multiplayer game
Huntermate will not show black screen now when user fast travels between outposts in Te Awaroa reserve
Fixed issue that made it impossible to jump or go prone after fast travelling from a treestand
Various crash fixes
New left and right stick deadzone settings in System > Gamepad menu
New mouse smoothing option in System > Keyboard / Mouse menu
Text chat in multiplayer is now supported for Russian, Japanese and Simplified Chinese (only on PC, game’s and system’s language need to match)
There is now a warning if you bind the same key/button to multiple actions (it’s still possible to do it but it will help you avoid an error and give you a chance to cancel if you made a mistake)
We added a limit of maximum 5 Trophy Lodges of each type (this is needed to solve certain save issues and ensure they won’t happen in the future; your lodges won’t be deleted if you’re over that limit but you won’t be able to create more lodges)
Aiming problems addressed with this update.
Added multiplayer improvements.
Network connection improvements.
Fixed game crashing issues.
Other minor fixes.
Download free The Hunter Call Of The Wild update 1.60 on PlayStation 4.