First and foremost, there’s a new alternative movement system for Geralt which should, in theory, make him more responsive.
A player stash for storing items, available in various locations throughout the game. This will be available in various locations around the game world, which will be shown on the map.
Books will now have their own inventory tab as well, and players can now sort their inventory with a number of different sorting options.
Various sorting options will be added to the inventory.
What’s more, you can pin alchemy formulas or crafting diagrams, so that the required components will be highlighted at the shop panel.
Dozens of fixes will be added for quest related issues, both major and minor.
Horse behaviour will be improved.
It seems that quite a few fans of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt were left dissatisfied by Triss’ romance arc in the game. A workaround on how to run HairWorks on AMD GPUs without crippling performance, has also been made available, enabling AMD GPU users to enjoy The Witcher 3 with HairWorks enabled, while getting better performance than GeForce users not using a Maxwell architecture Nvidia GPU.
CD Projekt RED revealed the latest set of tweaks and improvements coming to The Witcher 3.
There has been no official word on when the update will be released but some new information on what it will contain has been shared by the studio.
The rest of the patch notes are below. The full change list for the patch 1.07 will be coming later this week.
Unfortunately, update 1.07’s large scope means that CD Projekt Red isn’t able to release this week’s free DLC for the game.
Check out the full changelog for The Witcher 3 patch 1.07 below. “Since it’s been all hands on deck working to finish and release this patch on time, we won’t be publishing a free DLC this week”, posted Momot. The next “The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt” DLC is expected to be an alternate outfit for Ciri, as the DLC was listed on Xbox Live with a debut date of July 8 (earlier July 1).