‘Witcher 3’ PS4, Xbox One Updates: Patch 1.22 Brings ‘Noble Woman in Red’ Bug Fix, Improved Inventory System and More
Witcher 3: Wild Hunt developer CD Projekt RED has released a new update for the game’s PS4, Xbox One and PC versions. Dubbed as Patch 1.22, the downloadable content consumes a whopping 3.2 GB of hard disk space.Advertisement
According to Game Spot, the update’s key focus is on fixing bugs and enhancing overall stability. Improvements have also been made to the game’s user interface.
Among other things, Patch 1.22 fixes an issue in which a “noblewoman in red” would follow Geralt wherever he goes. Several problems in “The Warble of a Smitten Knight” quest have also been addressed. Roach will no longer freeze at random moments during the quest and gamers can now easily enable or disable camera hard lock.
An issue where Corvo Bianco upgrades would not be completed if players leave Toussaint while an upgrade was still in progress has also been fixed. Correct progressions in the “Wine Wars: Vermentino” and “Envoys, Wineboys” quests have also been restored.
A new art dealer at Lazare Lafargue’s Workshop in Beauclair is now open for business. Additionally, the “Emhyr var Emreis: Emperor of Nilfgaard” Gwent card can now be acquired from the Crossroads innkeeper
On the trivial side of things, Patch 1.22 addresses issues involving NPC animals. Dogs and wolves will now act accordingly when being knocked down or frozen. Meanwhile, horses are now sturdier and won’t get easily toppled by players. Also, player stamina will no longer regenerate at a faster rate after each new game.
In terms of display, Patch 1.22 will update the mutagen icons on Steam and Origin. It will also add an improved inventory system and a display notification for food and drink vitality regeneration amount. You can head over to PlayStation Lifestyle to view the full changelogs of Patch 1.22.
Witcher 3: Wild Hunt was released in May 2015. Exactly a year after that, the “Blood and Wine” DLC was made available to the public. Gear Nuke reported that the game’s recent expansion includes 20 hours’ worth of new content. The “Blood and Wine” DLC will set you back $15.