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DayZ Xbox One Patch Notes January 14th, 2019

The DayZ Xbox One Patch Notes for January 14th, 2019 have been revealed with a number of fixes and tweaks to the experience. This is of course the console version of the massive open world zombie survival game. Players battle against each other and zombies in a large persistent world. The patch notes can be found below, note that things tend to change over time. Restarting the game/console may be necessary and an update will need to be applied.

The DayZ Xbox One Patch Notes:
Added Things.
-Firearm ghost icon
-Adjusted fire geo lods for masks, vests, tops, shoes, pants, headgear, gloves
-Kazuar Night Vision Scope.

Tweaked
-Possible stack in wolf combat behaviour
-Kazuar optics parameters

Fixed
-Mosin 91/30 and BK-133 Shotgun reloaded ammo stuck
-Jammed weapons
-Swapping between hands and back by pressing Y
-Box content to boxed H7 light
-Lifespan facial hair switching
-PSO-1 Scope on K-AM vision is blocked while laying
-Lifespan visual for other players after connect
-Actions performed from quickbar (action end server side)
-Character camera goes into inappropriate height when walking up a slope upon exiting water
-Rolf's hair
-Game freeze upon entering of remote player to client's simul. bubble
-Possible fix for muzzle flash light sources never disappearing in some cases
-The Reset button is non functional in the options menu
-The Disable HUD option is not functional
-Unresponsive state occurs after dismissing the Account Picker
-Added event Simulation_End to death animations so that characters actually terminates the animation state when dying
-Y button to take to inventory did not work

WARNING
-Your character might spawn and suffer from bleedings, you may need multiple bandages

These adjustments should help players with survival as its already hard enough dealing with the undead and any bandits that might be out there roaming around the desolate country landscape.

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Gamerheadquarters Reviewer Jason Stettner