The Witcher III: Wild Hunt Update v.1.12 Pushed Back to 2016

By   /   Dec 16, 2015
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Last month, CDPR announced that it will roll out The Witcher III: Wild Hunt update v.1.12 sometime in December. However, now it looks like this is not the case as the update has been pushed back.

CDPR’s Community Manager Marcin Momot was recently asked on Twitter whether v.1.12 will roll out in December, to which he said that fans should expect the new update sometime after the New Year:

As for what we can expect from the upcoming update, nothing is confirmed yet, but v.1.11 caused some issues with a couple of quests and runesmith introduced with Hearts of Stone expansion.

Finally, Momot was asked whether CDPR has any plans to release a trailer for the upcoming expansion Blood and Wine anytime soon; which he also turned down saying that there are no plans as of now!

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In related Witcher III news, the developer team has announced that it has more content coming in Witcher III in 2016 aside from Blood and Wine which will help the team animate more sales. In addition to this, the studio also has a release date planned for Cyberpunk 2077, but now is the time for some more of Witcher. To read up more, head over to the post!

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The Witcher III: Wild Hunt is now available on PC, Playstation 4, and Xbox One.

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