Dauntless has received Update 1.1.4. You can now download this patch on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch. You will find that Dauntless Update 1.1.4 has various bug fixes, quality of life fixes, and performance improvements. Something else that stands out in this patch is that Dauntless Trials leaderboards are back and they improved some general performance on consoles, and specifically during hunts on Nintendo Switch.
Dauntless is an action adventure and cooperative game that proposes four players to hunt gigantic monsters, known as Behemoths, who live in the colorful fantasy world that this video game brings to life. Below you will find some key patch notes regarding Dauntless Update 1.1.4.
- Trials leaderboards will be re-enabled after this patch deploys.
- Fixed sorting on eye colour and hair tint selection.
- Malkarion banner standard’s name now displays correctly as “Malevolent Flagstaff.”
- Feminine Hexagonal Crash aetherpunk leg armour has improved VFX and model in Dauntless.
- Feminine Master’s Tunic armour transmog is no longer missing tattoos.
- Masculine Master’s Tunic armour transmog no longer has incorrect skin tones.
- Hexagonal Crash aetherpunk leg armour no longer loses its VFX during hunts.
- Master’s Helm now displays correctly on Nintendo Switch.
- Players can now claim the Malkarion armour transmog from Escalation talent tree.
- Crafting Malkarion equipment at +10 no longer temporarily shows it as +1 in the crafting menu.
- The lower half of the Admiral Zai’s repeater crafting menu is clickable again.
- Fixed various text and localization errors.
- Eliminated some rare crashes and disconnects in Dauntless.
- Reduced CPU usage for the Fiery Helm (Embermane helm).
- Improved general performance on consoles, and specifically during hunts on Nintendo Switch.
- Decreased CPU usage for Shrowd and Riftstalker clones.
- Optimized game servers.
Here you will find the complete list of Dauntless Update 1.1.4 patch notes. I remind you that Phoenix Labs’ Dauntless released on September 26, 2019 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and on December 10, 2019 for Nintendo Switch.