The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a massive game, and with its huge size are bound to be a few hiccups. CD Projekt Red has slowly but steadily released patches for the game over the last five month to help improve gameplay and fix bugs, and yet another patch is now arriving for PC players.
It's not near as large as the previous update, but Patch 1.11 should make more than a few gamers happy as it addresses a number of bugged quest lines. One such quest, the contract Skellige's Most Wanted, has been bugged for a while now. The patch fixes three separate issues with Skellige's Most Wanted alone, including the inability for players to kill the werewolf, duplications of the werewolf's corpse and an issue that caused objectives to be displayed incorrectly. The patch also addresses an issue with the Scavenger Hunt: Wolf School Gear quest and Fool's Gold quest.
A number of the other fixes are specific to New Game Plus and the game's recently released first expansion, Hearts of Stone. Bugged achievements have been fixed, as have various other issues with the expansion such as game difficulty balance and item bugs.
For those who have started New Game Plus and encountered issues, this patch looks to make your second playthrough a smoother experience. The update looks to fix issues with player's not automatically being leveled up to 30 at the start of New Game Plus, item levels, game difficulty and an issue that would prevent Geralt from being able to move while aiming the crossbow.
Patch 1.11 is out now for those playing on PC, with CD Projekt Red saying the update will be coming to consoles "very soon." Though the patch notes don't mention it, CD Projekt Red says missing items for New Game Plus on consoles will also be addressed.
You can read our impressions on Hearts of Stone here.