‘The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt’ News: CD Projekt Releases ‘GOTY Edition’ with DLCs; Patch 1.30 Now Available to Fix Bugs, Glitches
"The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt" received its newest update called Patch 1.30 Changelog. Game developer, CD Projekt Red issued the patch together with "The Witcher 3" Game of the Year Edition. This pack will include the base game plus two expansion DLCs for Xbox One, PC and PS4.
The patch notes are expected to address various tech issues like the bugs, glitches on gameplay and video game graphics. It was noted that this "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt" update is not the game's biggest update to be released on PC and consoles, however, it will definitely provide major improvements for better gaming.
The problems with the Geralt's horse missing tail and messed up "Without a Trace" and "Capture the Castle" quests have been resolved as well. Some of the popular "The Witcher 3" characters will also be enhanced and gamers will see significant makeovers done on Vimme Vivaldi and Novigrad's dwarf banker.
CD Projekt also released "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt" Game of the Year Edition on the same day as the patch notes and this special version includes the DLCs for previous "The Witcher 3" sequels: "Hearts of Stone" and "Blood & Wine." The content also offers new weapons, quests, game modes and more. Gamers can get GOTY Edition for $499.99 at Amazon, GameStop and Best Buy.
"The Witcher 3" is a game that involves its players in detective work, combat and exploration. The setting of this fantasy game is the medieval era and was inspired by the works of famed Polish fantasy writer Andres Sapkowski. Players described the game as a cross between the Games of Thrones and Tolkien.
Finally, in "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt" gameplay, players takes the role as a monster hunter named Geralt. The game is interesting because depending on the situation, Geralt can be the protagonist or anti-hero. Watch "The Witcher 3" Game of the Year Edition trailer: