The Witcher 2: Issues cause delay in patch 1.1 release

Yesterday afternoon we announced that The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings game was receiving an update, which as we mentioned at the time was due to arrive sometime last night. However, Wednesday night came and went without any sign of the much-anticipated patch.

According to a recent article by Robert Purchese, the developer has since updated The Witcher 2 game’s website, in order to inform fans of what’s going on. The website says that although the update is ready, certain issues have caused a delay in the 1.1 patch’s release.

There appear to be some problems with the server infrastructure, which has made downloading DLC impossible. The developer apologized to the fans for not meeting their target of releasing the patch last night. Patch 1.1 is aimed at fixing a number of bugs within The Witcher 2 game.

As we mentioned yesterday, the upcoming update will also boost performance by up to 30 percent, and fix the Troll Trouble DLC download. Besides announcing the 1.1 patch, CD Projekt also revealed that a second patch addressing further problems would be arriving at some stage next week.

Were you wondering what happened to The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings patch 1.1 last night?

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Written by Tina Chubb

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