CD Projekt Red is bringing official mod integration and additional modifiers along with The Witcher 3 new generation PC update.
In a post on the official forum of CD Projekt Red, a developer representative outlines plans for revision compatibility. It’s been six years since the last major PC update, so it’s inevitable that a new update will change the underlying files in a way that renders some mods unusable. In this post, CD Projekt Red linked list of the most popular mods of Witcher 3 to indicate whether they are compatible with the upcoming patch. For example, compatible mods include All Quest Goals On Map and Over 9000 Weight Limit mod. Incompatible mods include Always Full Exp and Slots Slots Slots.
Keep in mind that this is a list based on CD Projekt Red’s own testing effort. The characteristics of your setup or installed mods, changes made to the patch after the list is compiled, or future updates may change compatibility for friend. A team of revision experts will also help modders fix compatibility issues after the patch is released.
Along with the update, a new version of the Witcher 3 command line tool, called Modkit, will be released. It will fix many pre-existing bugs and be adapted for the new version of the game. Wolvenkit, an all-in-one tool for editing and creating Witcher 3 mods, will also receive a new update.
The work of some modders has also been included in the update with permission from the creators, who have been compensated and will be included in the attribution. These mods have been reworked and changed as needed. Witcher 3’s new generation update will also include new photo mode, Netflix show-inspired quests, and many visual improvements. The patch also fixes bugs The most famous joke in the game. It released for free on December 14th.
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