And, that’s the case with The Witcher 3. A poll over on CD Projekt RED’s forum shows that out of 1,397 respondents, at least 85% were unhappy with the “lack of Triss content” and wanted more. I’m sure that people who have found annoying bugs in the game will be checking to see if they’ve finally been fixed.
A new, alternative (optional) movement response mode for Geralt.
Stashes will be sprinkled throughout the game world and will allow players to store items for a rainy day.
Crafting and alchemy ingredients no longer affect the overall inventory weight.
Books will now have their own inventory tab as well, and players can now sort their inventory with a number of different sorting options.
Multiple sorting options are now available in the Inventory.
What’s more, you can pin alchemy formulas or crafting diagrams, so that the required components will be highlighted at the shop panel.
Dozens of fixes for quest related issues, both major and minor.
Performance enhancements will be included; these include updates for FX, scenes and general gameplay.
Crafting and alchemy items will no longer be weighted, and “various improvements” will be made to horse behavior.
Various improvements to horse behavior. Geralt might be a badass witcher, but Roach can be quite the stubborn beast when moving through tight areas.
The new “movement response mode” for our grizzly hero sounds especially interesting, as many have expressed displeasure with how the wise Witcher controls.
This patch does come with a bit of bad news.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt’s latest set of free DLC is an Alternative Look for Ciri.
The only downside to the patch is that the studio has been so focused on getting it finished on time that there won’t be any free DLC this week. We pay very close attention to everything you guys write in this thread. We’ve gathered so much feedback from you over the past couple of weeks and we want to implement as much of it as possible.
Patch 1.07 coming soon to all platforms!