The Witcher 3 Nintendo Switch Update may be coming soon with big changes

The Witcher 3 on Nintendo Switch should be receiving it's next big update in the not too distant future as patch 3.6 has reportedly been released in Korea overnight.

In January it was believed a new patch was imminent for the game, but then Saber Interactive, the developer behind the impressive port went deathly quite.

Answering a question on its official VK social media page, the developer said that the update would be worth the wait.

However, in a bizarre turn of events, last week the developer removed all mention of the update, which had some fans believing the update might have been put on ice.

Thankfully, it seems as though the update is now being rolled out, starting in Korea where it's being reported as available right now with a variety of new options.

A new Reddit post on /r/NintendoSwitch shows the patch live with 8 new graphics options in the game's menu settings.

The options supposedly available in the 3.6 update, includes:

  • Bloom
  • Sharpen
  • Depth of Field
  • Depth of Field for Cut-scenes
  • Chromatic Aberration
  • Water Quality
  • Foliage Visibility Range
  • Anti-Aliasing
  • The user on Reddit also linked to two new comparison screenshots on a Korean forum showing the difference between the two builds.

    According to the Korean post, it's suggested that graphics for both docked and portable mode have been significantly improved.

    For the time being it's impossible to confirm the update 100% whilst it's only available in Korea and Saber Interactive have yet to share any details about when the update might arrive for other users around the world.

    Stay tuned for more details as they become available.

    The Witcher 3 Nintendo Switch Review – 4/5

    The Witcher 3 Nintendo Switch Review Verdict

    Long-time Witcher fans will have a blast reliving the adventures on the go, while those who have yet to step into the hunting boots, luscious locks and scruffed beard of Geralt of Rivia, have the perfect opportunity to get stuck in.

    The Good

    • One of the greatest RPG’s on the go

    • Combat / Controls feel great on the Switch

    • Great value package with Full game + All DLC included

    The Bad

    • Visuals lack definition

    • Occasional frame-rate drops

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    • Nintendo Switch

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