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Bughunt: The Witcher 3 Rolls Out Patch 1.12

Patch me away!

The Witcher 3 [official site] is jetting off to Toussaint with its second expansion this year, but it's always important to tidy up before you go on holiday. Awfully grim to come home to mess and clutter. Spending your first night back in an unmade, sweaty bed is a miserable end to things. So developers CD Projekt RED have put together another patch for TW3 and its first expansion, Heart of Stone, to clear up lots of small but niggling complaints - the equivalent of clearing the fridge of cheese that'll go bad while you're away.

Patch 1.12 is now up for download on Steam and GOG. The full changelog is in this here PDF, where you'll find difficulty tweaks, performance improvements, dragging and dropping to apply repair kits, fixes for quests including the a fix for the Wolf School Gear quest, some unkillable characters being stripped of their accidental immortality.

You know, patch stuff.

Now you've had a little time to finish up and reflect, what do you make of Heart of Stone? Are you jazzed for Blood and Wine? I've not touched Heart of Stone yet myself because somehow, 75 hours into The Wild Hunt, I still have so much to do. I've heard great things about HoS, but I'll never get anything done and give up entirely if I get another load of tasks to stuff my quest log. Must get cracking on this before Blood and Wine - no firm word yet on when it'll arrive.

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