The Witcher 2 Gets Day One Patch

Now that the Witcher 2: Assassin’s of Kings is now available on the PC, players can expect a day-one patch already as soon as they boot up the game.

The day-one patch that players will be getting today will fix some of the glitches, quests and a lot more. While the Witcher 2 is a big game, making it perfect on day one will be impossible thats why CD Projekt Red released a patch today.

Below are the full patch notes of first patch to hit The Witcher 2. Stay tuned for our review of the Witcher 2 in several days.

Several major balance fixes (economy and fight)
On screen fixes (items descriptions, journal etc)
Audio mix fixes
Several audio areas, music, cutscene fixes and added better sounds
Many UI fixes (functional, smoother and more user friendly ex. inventory items selection)
Many fixes to quests, quests markers
Visual fixes to fade outs, blackscreens in scenes, cutscenes
Many community fixes – work, npc’s life
Big opponents fights balance and fixes
Many cutscenes fixes – animations, items, lipsync
Gamepad fixes – playing gamepad is now much better
Camera fixes – collisions with objects, collisions with npc’s, combat camera improvements
Some hair physics fixes
Minor QTE fixes
Several locations fixes – objects collisions, environments improvements, lights, effects
Crafting, shops, alchemy improvements
Added new autosaves in important places (ex. before fight with Letho, Arachas, Draug)
Some random crashes fixes
Dice poker improvements – logic bugs fixes

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