CD Projekt Red is working on a new patch for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, which will fix “all major reported issues.” This news comes in the form of a tweet from the game’s community manager Marcin Momot.
We're working on the next patch and hoping to have it out as soon as possible. Should address all major reported issues.— Marcin Momot (@Marcin360) June 6, 2016
Momot didn’t add any further specifics as to what the patch would fix, but in a separate tweet he said that it would iron out a recent issue causing the camera to fail to lock onto enemies. According to the game’s official forums, players are highlighting multiple issues including freezing, and missions failing to progress.
These bugs are likely the result of the game’s last patch, which launched right before the expansion Blood and Wine hit on May 31. The patch prepared the base game for the new content, but also introduced a bevy of quality-of-life updates, including an overhauled interface and map navigation tools.
We reviewed Blood and Wine, scoring it a 9.5 out of 10. Our reviewer Brian McDonald called it a “bittersweet goodbye to Geralt of Rivia.”