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The Witcher 3’s next-gen update may look better, but you’ll pay for it in broken mods


Rejoice! The days of searching the bodies in The Witcher 3’s Velen for juicy loot and coming up with nothing but a bunch of candles, broken rakes, and a broken heart for your troubles are coming to an end. However, it looks like this boon might come at a cost.

Releasing on December 14, The Witcher 3’s next-gen update will incorporate six community-made mods to make life on The Continent easier. These will vary from reworked graphics to general quality-of-life changes, enhancing the immersion of The Witcher’s dense open-world fantasy of political intrigue and monster-slaying.





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