The Witcher 3’s free next-gen upgrade has been delayed until 2022

The free following-gen update for The Witcher 3 has been pushed back until 2022.

The spruced-up edition was announced in September 2022, bringing present day touches like ray tracing, speedier loading situations and basic visible and technical enhancements. The first date was slated for sometime this yr but as 2022 comes to a shut, points haven’t been wanting way too hopeful.

CD Projekt Pink has now confirmed that it truly is pushing the release day back to sometime in mid-2022, together with the following-gen version of Cyberpunk 2077 for consoles.

“Centered on tips supplied by groups supervising the improvement of the two video games, we made a decision to postpone their releases until 2022,” a statement from the organization on Twitter study. “Our latest goal for Cyberpunk 2077 is the 1st quarter of 2022, and second quarter of 2022 for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Apologies for the prolonged hold out, but we want to make it correct.”

It can be a bummer that we are going to have to hold out a minimal for a longer time to see upgraded Tub Geralt in all his glory, but the hold off is barely a shock after a painfully rocky yr for CDPR. The studio’s experienced its arms really damn entire, expending the last many months repairing up Cyberpunk 2077 soon after its now-infamously dire start.