CDPR confirms this bug list to be revealed in the Witcher threes Next-Gen Update!

Earlier this week we saw the highly anticipated release of The Witcher 3s next-gen upgrade patch. Nevertheless, while the game certainly sounds pixelish, many people, mostly on PC, couldn't really enjoy it all that much. Yes, for all the good work done by the project Red for restoring the []s [] [sic] work.

Earlier this week we saw the highly anticipated release of the next-gen version of The Witcher 3s. Even though the game was completely stunning, many people have not really enjoyed that all that much. All the good work that CD Project Red did in restoring its reputation from the bad release of Cyberpunk 2077 seems to be worth it. The Witcher 3 takes no time to repeat that tradition with it.

On the plus side, however, after publication of a blog post, CDPR has at least confirmed a number of issues exist. More recently, some potential workarounds could be considered by users.

The Witcher 3 CDPR publishes a Confirmed Bug List Officially!

As mentioned above, the PC version is all the most affected. The user constantly complains that the game barely has to play for five-10 minutes before crushing you onto the desktop. One who hated the game is not that of a very anticipated release, but of course the last official version is phenomenally stable. One upgrade has, however, brought down the entire card stack, and a lot of errors!

What are the tests? The list is brief, but there’s one more way round.

  • All of the games are under attack.
  • People who take the game off Origin can’t update the game.
  • Discrete GPUs support small performance.
  • Some areas of the country are limited to PlayStation 5 versions of the expansions.

While CDPR is offering some workarounds, they are only for now, or at least, don’t be very useful. You can see this link in full, but there’s some great things like updating your drivers and updating the latest driver’s record.

For now though, as long as I want to take the next update of The Witcher 3, I’ll ask for some of the more difficult issues to be resolved.

What do you think?