Lead Quest Designer The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Philipp Weber (Philipp Weber) in his microblog casually Approved a much-anticipated change to CD Projekt RED’s expanded fantasy action role-playing game.
We’re talking about the damage that the trained, battle-hardened, and mutation-enhanced witcher Geralt of Rivia takes from falls. In the case of The Witcher 3, the hero turned out to be too fragile in this regard.
The current tally makes players joke that Geralt can die from a failed jump from the curb, or at least break his knees, and even approval of changes with a solution to this problem.
What was the joy of the church (Thread in the reddit forum collected almost 12,000 likes), when Weber confirmed that for the improved version of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, the developers also “corrected” fall damage.
Exactly how the balance will change is unclear, but players already are getting ready Geralt take the title “Glass Anklets of Rivia” gallop over the mountains on the Skellige Isles and Hope until a pointer for fast travel inside Vronitsa Castle appears.
In addition to fixing fall damage, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Enhanced brings a variety of graphical, technical, and gameplay improvements, including a photo mode.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Advanced Edition will be released on December 14th on PC, PS5, Xbox Series X and S as a free update for owners of the original game. The set will include the Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine story add-ons.