CD Projekt RED’s community manager Marcin Momot, today used Twitter to describe that the next patch for the game is being developed to address “all major reported issues” that players are experiencing. Momot, however, did not disclose a complete list of fixes that will be introduced with the patch.
CD Projekt RED has announced that it is currently working on a patch that solves many of the problems and programming errors that has been brought in Blood and Wine, the latest expansion of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, but have been unable to give an approximate date for its release.
Among the most common problems is a bug that prevents proper setting to enemies, unable to perform certain missions and some inconsistencies in performance, causing things like crashes.
Blood and Wine offers us an adventure between 30 to 40 hours in an entirely new region, leading to visit famous landmarks such as the Palace of Beauclair and the region of Toussaint, famous for its wines and good weather.
The expansion includes more than 90 new missions, as well as 40 points of interest, and launches a dynamic system of elimination and distribution of enemies, as well as 12 new mutations, more than 30 new weapons, 100 individual parts for our armor and over 20 creatures designed exclusively for content.
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