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The Witcher 3 is one of the few games that keeps on giving, beckoning people to come back to it like a siren call. Whether it's clever DLC expansions or old fashioned graphics mods or updates; it's very easy to get sucked into Wild Hunt.
The Switch version was perhaps CD Projekt Red's best effort to get people talking about it, which thankfully fits on a giant game card. But it looks like the publisher isn't quite done with it yet, as they just rolled out a new update (3.7) for Switch owners this week.
In short, it fixes "many bugs" and adds to the overall stability of the game. This is a familiar fix for any Nintendo fan, as Nintendo itself likes to deliver these vague updates regularly. But there are also a few hidden extras in there, like an updated Simplified Chinese localization and a bug fix for “multiple file transfers to/from Steam.”
CD Projekt Red says that Switch users might face an annoying issue where their progress was blocked depending on how they transferred their save from PC to Switch; so these issues should be resolved in the future. Thronebreaker has also been updated to version 1.0.2: you can find those notes below.
Excuse me while I imagine Blood and Wine's campaign for the 10th time this month. I'm not quite giving in to the Witcher bug just yet, but I'll succumb soon enough once the next-gen madness subsides and Cyberpunk 2077 is over.
Updates [CD Projekt Red]
List of changes in The Witcher 3.7: Wild Hunt update 3:
- Updated fonts and localization for Simplified Chinese
- Fixed an issue with multiple file transfers to/from Steam and the GOG.COM cloud save service causing progress to be blocked
- Many bug fixes
- General stability improvements
Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales update 1.0.2 list of changes:
- Implemented a Cloud Save system allowing you to transfer saves from Steam and GOG.COM
- Various minor bug fixes and stability improvements