The Witcher 2 1.1 patch arriving today: summary of changes

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Just last week we announced that CD Projekt RED’s much anticipated The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings game had received a day one patch, which was aimed at fixing a number of quests and glitches. Now we have news of the 1.1 patch that’s arriving later today, along with a summary of changes.

According to Robert Purchese over at eurogamer.net, the developer is planning on releasing the 1.1 update sometime this evening. They’ve also revealed that a second patch is on the way next week. Both the retail and digital versions of The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings will be receiving the patch.

Once they have downloaded the upcoming patch, players should find that both game installation and activation is simpler and more reliable. The update has also fixed the free Troll Trouble DLC download. This is now included in the patch, so players will not have to download and install it separately.

The 1.1 update has also made a few performance improvements to the game. There should now be a 5% to 30% better framerate, and many users should experience faster game loading times. However, this does depend on the player’s individual systems and game versions.

Gamers will also find that the upcoming patch has now removed a bug that prevented players from completing the ‘Blood Curse’ quest, added the option to invert the mouse and fixed random crashes that occurred on some systems, especially after saving or loading saves.

You can read more about the changes that have been made via the eurogamer.net website. Have you been experiencing many problems with The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings?

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