The moment that many an RPG fan has been waiting for has finally arrived today, and by that I mean the arrival of the much-anticipated The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings game. However, it’s not just the game that’s launched today, as we’ve just heard that a day one patch has also been released.
According to Mark Fajardo over at justpushstart.com, the day-one patch will fix a number of glitches and quests, as well as a bit more. For example, the patch is said to have added new auto-saves in important places within the game, such as before a fight with Arachas, Letho and Draug.
It should also contain minor QTE fixes; a number of major balance fixes, on screen fixes (items descriptions and journal etc), quite a few fixes for quests and quest markers, audio mix fixes and several location fixes — environments improvements, lights, effects and objects collisions.
The patch also includes a number of visual fixes to blackscreens, fade-outs, cut scenes and in scenes. Shops, crafting and alchemy have also received improvements. Players will also find a number of camera fixes — collisions with NPCs, collisions with objects and combat area improvements.
Will you be picking up the new The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings game?
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