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'The Witcher 3' Patch 1.10 Will Fix More Than 600 Bugs, Add New Conversation Options

CD Projekt Red is still hard at work improving The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, even almost five months after it released. The latest update coming to the game is Patch 1.10, and it's a doozy.

The patch addresses more than 600 bugs across the game's quests, inventory, UI and gameplay. Reading the words "600 bugs" would be easy to make you believe that The Witcher 3 is a bug-filled mess, but that couldn't be further than the truth. While there were a few issues early on, CD Projekt Red was quick to address problems. This massive batch of bug fixes are mostly for minor, uncommon issues that the average player hasn't likely run across.

That being said, the fixes are still welcome. In addition to fixing various bugs, CD Projekt Red is also looking to improve game stability and visuals across the board. Those who find themselves taking a fancy to the sorceress Triss Merigold also have reason to celebrate. The new update will add additional conversation options in the quest "On Thin Ice," as well as an additional conversation branch between Yennefer and Triss before the battle at Kaer Morhen. Players will also find there is more to say to Ciri during the "Payback" quest.

It goes without saying that the highlights above are merely scratching the surface. You can find the full 13 pages of patch notes here to read over, if you're into that sort of thing.

No word yet on when exactly this update will be rolling out, but it seems like there is a good chance it will go live the same day of the game's first expansion, if not before. Titled "Hearts of Stone," the expansion will have players once again stepping into the shoes of Geralt of Rivia as he accepts a contract to track down and kill a seemingly immortal bandit by the name of Olgierd von Everec. You can check out the trailer for the expansion below.

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