The Witcher 3 4K Update for PS4 Pro Coming in "a Few Days," By the End of 2017 for Xbox One X

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is about to get a 4K update on PS4 Pro, while Xbox One X users will be able to enjoy it by the end of the year.

September 7, 2017

During a presentation for investors hosted yesterday, CD Pojekt RED President and Joint CEO Adam Kiciński talked briefly about the studio’s massively successful The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.

Kiciński explained that the game “is not getting old” and is still “selling phenomenally well.” Kiciński also added that for those who would like to play the game on the new console, the 4K update for PS4 Pro will be available “in just a few days.”

On the other hand, the Xbox One X version will come “by the end of the year,” which makes sense since the console won’t launch until November 7th.

During the presentation we also got a small update on the status of development of the studio’s upcoming RPG Cyberpunk 2177, that still has no release date or even a tentative window.

For now, no information has been provided on what could be next for the Witcher franchise. At the moment only 100 developers are working on it, and while some are certainly at work on the 4K patch, most are busy developing Gwent. In the meanwhile, the developer is celebrating the series’ 10th anniversary.

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If you’re not familiar with The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, you can check out our review, which is as enthusiastic as you can imagine, for good reasons.

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