Living up to last week’s promise, CD Projekt Red will release a patch for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt for all platforms except Nintendo Switch.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has received another patch for PC, PlayStation, and Xbox. After The Witcher 3 Next Gen Update, only a few hotfixes were previously released, so this is the first official patch since version 4.0 arrived.
Critics and gamers alike celebrated the long-awaited next-gen patch for The Witcher 3, especially because of how much was included in the free update. In addition to the mandatory graphical fidelity fixes, performance mode and ray tracing, CD Projekt Red introduced completely new content, a photo mode (albeit exclusive to PC and newer consoles) and an alternate way to throw cues. However, the appearance is not without its drawbacks. Reports of technical issues, stuttering, and performance drops started pouring in shortly after version 4.0 was released, particularly on PC.
Two pre-new year hotfixes have addressed most of the issues from the patch, but players are still experiencing issues such as not being able to properly interact with Avallac’h during the “Battle Preparations” mission – which is very important if someone is hoping to finish their game . Patch 4.01 is now available and is said to fix this bug. The update came last week, when CD Projekt Red released a handy graphic showing the differences between some of the new physical copies of the game.
According to the patch note, the Screen Space Reflections issue has now been resolved on PC, which means the setup should work as intended, and the performance of this effect on next-gen consoles has also been improved. Additionally, a new ray-traced global illumination performance mode has been added, aiming to improve frame rates. Both changes mentioned above are for PC only. On consoles, players no longer need to be able to “create more saves” than maxed out, and the quality of screen space reflections will improve on next-generation consoles.
In addition to these improvements, there are also a number of improvements to missions and cutscenes that will be welcomed by thousands of reboots of Geralt’s journey. Once again, players have been drawn to the continent, with plenty of new additions and secrets to discover in Velen, Novigrad and Skellige. But while this may be the end of Geralt, it’s not the end of The Witcher, as CD Projekt Red has announced that more projects are in development for the franchise.
the The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Available now for PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.
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