Hope it will be released tomorrow. Really want to spend the entire weekend playing The Witcher 3 .
Around 15gb on consoles (depending on SKU) and between 6-15gb on PC (depending on platform).
That's what happens when a game is released unfinished or with issues imbedded deep in the code. Patching will nearly double the size of the original download. Nice, eh?---------- Updated at 03:29 PM ----------
I thought you were playing SW Battlefront all this weekend.
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WTF ?? the original was 30gb, Its now already in 40Gb, so it will be like the GTAV game after this patch.
Yes they're incredible because they've had to release numerous patches, several of them rather ridiculously enormous, just to fix issues with their core game that was released a scant 4 and a half months ago. Truly inspiring.Inspiring, you make already incredible game even more better, THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR THAT!...
And hopefully we won't be needing a patch 1.11 after Hearts of Stone is released.As i told everyone before, "Im gonna play this game when v1.1 comes out"... time has come.
And let's hope it's not for the same reasons that Microsoft did that jump. Although I'm inclined to believe it is.A patch so big, CDProjekt jumped from version 1.08 to 1.10 ! I see they took a page out of Microsoft's Windows 8 to 10 jump, hehe.
● Introduces multiple fixes and improvements in HUD.
● Introduces multiple changes in GUI for Alchemy and Crafting.
● Fixes Inventory sorting order for potions, bombs, oils, food, etc.
● Adds option to show/hide HUD/Mini*map using single button/click.
From the changelog, it looks like it will be more or less the same as the leak from August, maybe with some minor edits. If you do not mind spoilers, here are all the new dialogues found in patch 1.08 (copied from this post, originally extracted by Sarcen):What about the romance dialouge though ? I stopped playing for that very reason...
So you suggest to rename the 'Mods' folder before installing the patch. And after patch is installed rename mods folder back to 'Mods'?Game looks for mods only in \gamedir\mods\ folder. If you remove or rename the folder with something the game doesn't recognize it'll load as if vanilla.