Subsequent week sees the arrival of The Witcher 3‘s “next-gen” replace throughout a number of platforms, however new info suggests it will not be coming to the Nintendo Swap on the identical date.
Our buddies at Eurogamer caught up with CD Projekt Purple forward of the free replace’s launch, and apparently, there’s “no particular launch date but” for the Nintendo Swap model of the sport. All that is identified is it’ll arrive “later than 14th December”.
Witcher 3 next-gen replace producer Ryu Underhill talked about how the group was “working laborious to carry it to [Switch] gamers” as quickly as doable, and extra info shall be shared within the close to future.
When the Swap model of this replace does arrive, gamers can anticipate the “identical fixes and extra content material” as different platforms like Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The Swap may also obtain cloud-save and cross-progression options, in addition to the brand new Netflix DLC. This new quest will final for about “half-an-hour”, in response to Eurogamer:
“…it is about half-an-hour’s value, plus a bit extra for a follow-up step. It was flagged as degree 15…”
Clearly, the Swap replace is not going to embody “next-gen options similar to visuals/technical/gameplay enhancements, modes” or “different additions” unique to next-generation platforms.
Through Eurogamer: “The Witcher Netflix DLC is a brand new scavenger hunt-style quest that takes place inside The Satan’s Pit in Velen. The Satan’s Pit is the place you end up instantly after leaving the starter zone of White Orchard. It is that huge, round, wooden-fence-ringed place the place nothing appears to truly occur. Presently, there are just some humanoid enemies in there, and the large door to the mine is closed. This DLC opens these doorways.”
You’ll be able to see extra of this next-generation replace in our earlier Witcher 3 protection: