The developer of DayZ, Bohemia Interactive, has announced a patch entitled to fix multiple issues caused by the very last 1.06 patch. The 1.06 patch was released together with the Livonia DLC and has encountered a couple of tedious problems. Shortly after the deployment and maintenance period, the servers cannot get a hold of themselves and are still in a maintenance phase.
According to the developer, this patch fixes both server and client issues on the console. On the PC, the update may be of quite a bigger scale. Shortly after the small patch 1.06 patch 3 on the console, the official stable servers have recovered, and at this very moment, the PC ones are under siege of maintenance.
To accompany the patch notes, check the section below, as it is the only thing we know so far, alongside the destruction of the stable servers on the PC platform throughout the maintenance window.
1.06 Patch 3 (14.01.2020)
- Fixed: A client crash
- Fixed: Character stats would not properly synchronize and update in the main menu
- Fixed: Servers could get stuck in a loop trying to disconnect players
Bohemia Interactive hasn’t announced whether or not the players will get easier inventory management, especially with big items such as tents, etc. DayZ’s inventory management simply cannot get a hold of itself, and it is becoming messy as the days go by.