CD Projekt Red's post-launch support of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt continues with Patch 1.08, which is bringing some much-needed bug fixes and a few other tweaks to make sure everyone's monster killing experience is as smooth as can be.
Witcher 3's last patch brought a bunch of new features to the game. Patch 1.08 isn't quite so flashy. Instead, it's loaded with a bunch of small and large bug fixes.
The Witcher 3's story had a lot of great moments. One of my favorite parts, though, was the ending to one romance subplot.
The Witcher 3 has a ton of new free content on the way and CD Projekt Red has already released a couple of new goodies for gamers in the form of a new quest and a brand new costume for Triss Merigold.
If you want to play Witcher 3's card game Gwent without starting up the RPG, there's another way to experience it. Fans have created a free Gwent mod for Tabletop Simulator.
CD Projekt Red is continuing to fix up and address some of the issues that gamers have encountered in The Witcher 3, including the very nasty experience bug that prevented some gamers from receiving any proper experience from quests after completing them. There's a massive list of fixes that has arrived in patch 1.05, which has rolled out for PC and PS4 and is going live soon for Xbox One owners.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is proving to be the game that keeps on giving. Along with its massive RPG campaign and loads of side missions, the team at CD Projekt keeps rolling out pits and pieces of gratis DLC content. Oh, look! Here comes two more batches of free goodies for hunters the world over to enjoy.
The Witcher 3 is a game with loads of nudity. However, a new community mod gives players even more naked flesh to ogle.
Some users have expressed problems with leveling up in The Witcher 3: they aren't getting any experience for completing quests. This issue caused quite a bit of lamenting in forums and discussion boards across the internet. After hearing about the issues CD Projekt Red has decided to address the issue.
A lot of the news circulating around The Witcher 3 leading up to its release has been centered on downgrade-gate. In addition to the topic of downgrades, a lot of people have pointed fingers at the home consoles as the reason that the game has been downgraded. Turns out, the consoles are the reason that the game exists and is as large as it is.
There's been an ongoing controversy that started with the release of Project CARS and has continued on with The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. What is the controversy? Well, Nvidia's GameWorks is claimed by gamers and AMD to have been designed to cripple performance and sabotage hardware throughput for anything that isn't an Nvidia card.
CD Projekt Red has a really, really awesome final promo trailer for The Witcher 3 featuring the song “Oats” from the folksy sound of Ben Howard. The music is set against a visual collage that pieces together the story of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt without anyone uttering a single word.
A new video comparison video was released for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt showing off how the game looks on the minimum settings and the maximum settings. The differences aren't quite as dynamic as you may have been expecting.
CD Projekt Red has a slick new launch trailer for The Witcher 3. It's all cinematics and done with amazing attention to detail to the characters, settings and lore, but it's not a trailer for everyone and it definitely spills close to the line of being NSFW.
If you want to pre-load The Witcher 3 for home consoles and PC, you can. PC gamers can start pre-loading the game right now through GOG Galaxy and Steam. CD Projekt Red is also allowing console gamers through Xbox Live and PSN to pre-load the game as well.