The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Summary
has released the initial patch notes for The Witcher 3's patch 1.08 update. There's no official release date just yet but the developer says it will be "arriving quite soon".
Major changes include restoration of achievements, which had stopped working properly, fixes to the map to stop things disappearing, and various other tweaks and improvements.
revealed that the final free piece of DLC for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt would be a New Game + mode that would encourage players to run through the game a second time while keeping some of their character's skills and equipment.
The company's community rep Marcin Momot has created a
The real, no doubt about it, honest-to-god final piece offor The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will drop shortly, and it's not a new quest or a new piece of clothing, but rather an excuse to go back and play the whole damn thing again.
Yes,is cooking up a New Game+ mode, and though there are few details revealed just yet, we all know how these things work; you'll presumably be able to start the story all over again, while keeping all of Geralt's skills, talents and equipment.
Those of you who have played your way through countless hours of The Witcher 3 will be fairly familiar with hero Geralt's roster of finishing moves by now. As fun as it is to see him do that quick-step decapitation move, it gets rather old the hundredth time you see it.
Rejoice, then, for the next piece of free DLC for's game, due out later this week, adds a new brand batch of execution animations for you to enjoy. You bloodthirsty monster.
Artwork update believed to confirm return of 'dearly missed' Shani in The Witcher 3's Hearts of Stone expansion
Seemingly good news for those campaigning for the return of Shani, the red-haired medic from the original Witcher RPG. An updated artwork for the expansions seems to include Shani quite prominently.
has teased before that "new and dearly missed" characters will be turning up in the expansions. The studio refuses to confirm whether it's her saying they'll "leave that for the community to figure out."