By now, owners of the critically acclaimed RPG The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt must be pretty accustomed to gigantic patches. This is a good thing too, because the latest 1.10 patch is 15GB on consoles and can range between 6GB to 15GB on PC. Chances are you’ve played at least a couple games that are that size.
Fortunately, the 1.10 patch contains over 600 changes. So while most people who found The Witcher 3 completely playable before, there was apparently an absurd amount of places where the game could of improved – at least according to the game’s developer CD Projekt RED. We won’t list all the changes here, but a few highlights include added conversation segments with potential love interests Triss and Yennefer, a button toggle to hide or show the game’s UI, a once-missable magic lamp quest item being more available, and difficulty levels for the popular mini-game Gwent. Those with a little time to spare, and a keen interest in knowing all the changes, can read through the official change-log PDF.
We really liked The Witcher 3, and it’s good to see that the game is still getting better. Patch 1.10 should go live some time soon, and hopefully it’s just in time for the game’s first paid expansion pack Hearts of Stone, which is due out next Tuesday.