The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt‘s recent patch is 1,10. It is very respectable of CD Projekt RED to constantly improve and update the game even almost six months after the initial launch. This time, here’s a quite sizable update on both consoles and PC. On PlayStation 4, the patch is no less than 17.255 gigabytes. Add the fact that Hearts of Stone drops by on Tuesday and you immediately have a sizable game on your hard drive… but what exactly is getting improved, fixed in the 1.10 patch, you might ask.
There are over 600 improvements, and if we started to list all of them, you’d probably still read it tomorrow night, so we shouldn’t start listing all of them. There is a 328-list in the PDF below (via Kotaku), but you can see that it pretty much fixes on every single front from the music to the graphics through performance and gameplay. Music now plays where there was silence before, the stamina regeneration was fixed in the gameplay, the inventory’s weight count is now fixed, and even the Gwent minigame got difficulty settings – it does show how popular this game has become, and it also shows how CDPR even focuses on the smallest details like this!