Patch Notes for 1.5.3 (August 4th 2017) LDE

What's new in the latest Last Day on Earth update


Last Day on Earth: Survival Update 1.5.3

This week, we saw an update for Last Day on Earth, a popular mobile game for iOS and Android. In Last Day on Earth, players can find themselves building bases, fighting zombies and exploring for loot and resources.

The game is currently still in it’s beta/early access phase, however we’re constantly seeing updates like this one that makes Last Day on Earth much more polished. Below, we’ll inform you on what came out with this update.

You can follow Last Day on Earth on Facebook to get updates as soon as they come out along with other news from developers.

Last Day on Earth: Free Coins & Cash

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Knocking down neighbours walls

Finally! A new update from Kefir Games who make Last Day on Earth allows us to knock down our neighbours walls. Previously when you went to visit one of your neighbours on the map, it was impossible to actually enter their base. You could only loot stuff on the outside such as rain collectors and tanning racks.

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Previously, the only way to enter a base was with C4, however in a video posted by Kefir Games on YouTube, it shows that players can now enter bases with just a hatchet. This is a major improvement and I can’t wait to see what loot lies inside!

Bunker Alfa Improvements

By popular request, developers of Last Day on Earth: Survival have further optimised Bunker Alfa. The area is very intensive on your mobile device, and it seems blocked off to less powerful mobiles.

I’ve received quite a few comments and messages personally about users seeing a “Not enough power” screen when trying to enter the Bunker after inputting the vault code. It seems that if you’re receiving this message, it means your mobile device isn’t powerful enough to enter the Bunker. It’s unknown whether this update will help resolve this issue.

However if not, I’m sure you’ll be able to enter Bunker Alfa in future updates as more optimisations come to Last Day on Earth.

Scam attempts

As well as receiving news on updates, Last Day on Earth developers sent us a warning. Apparently scammers are already beginning to pop up, offering resources and gold for real money.

You should be careful when addressing these people. There is no way of trading in Last Day on Earth currently, so every attempt by these people could be a scam. You will be putting yourself at risk of loosing money and you can’t hold Last Day on Earth developers responsible.


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Phillip Anderson
Phillip Anderson
Hey, I'm Phillip Anderson! After studying Video Game Design at University, I began writing articles at PwrDown in my free time. I currently play my games on PC, but also own a PS4 & Nintendo Switch. I'm also a VR enthusiast, owning an Oculus Rift S where you might find me playing Beat Saber or Skyrim VR!