The Witcher 3 Patch 1.07 Will Be Bigger than 1.05; “Pleasing” Inventory/Storage Changes Teased

on June 29, 2015 4:23 PM

The patching process of The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt is still undergoing, with CD Projekt RED showing off its usual long-tail support for its games. Community Coordinator Marcin Momot gave a few more details on what we can expect on the official forums.

First of all, he talked about the upcoming patch 1.07 (which will probably be numbered 1.06 on consoles), mentioning that it isn’t because of a hold up that we still didn’t receive it:

Yes. We are working on it. No hold up. The update is quire large so everything needs to be tested properly.

We thank you for your patience and understanding.

Pressed on whether that “quite large” means larger than the very beefy 1.05 (1.04 on consoles), Momot confirmed that it will indeed be bigger.

Momot also mentioned on Twitter that there will be a changelog preview for the patch:

But there’s more for those like me that struggle with the inventory. He was asked whether we can expect an enhanced inventory and a personal storage chest in the near future, and he went in full fledged tease mode:

I won’t get into super details here but something is in the works and it should please a lot of people 😀

In a previous answer to a question specific to the storage chest, he responded “I know but I can’t say. Sorry ;),” and the winking smiley seems to indicate that the mark has been hit.

While Momot did not give further details, nothing would please me more than not having to sell all the spiffy looking equipment (and especially the swords) I’m finding in CD Projekt RED’s masterpiece.

 /  Executive News Editor
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