At long last, the much-anticipated The Witcher 3 Switch 3.6 update is rolling out in certain regions, such as South Korea and various countries throughout Europe. Saber Interactive and CD Projekt Red’s new update to The Witcher 3 on the Switch is a big one. Included in the update are visual upgrades and PC cross-save compatibility. Read on to discover the complete list of The Witcher 3 Switch 3.6 update patch notes. Find out everything that has been added and fixed right here.
The Witcher 3 Switch 3.6 Update Patch Notes
As stated above, the 3.6 update for The Witcher 3 on Switch hasn’t gone live in every region as of writing. Unfortunately, this means that the full list of patch notes is yet to be revealed, too. While the complete list of patch notes isn’t available right now, however, we do know a good deal about the incoming update. Thanks to the 3.6 update to the game going live in certain regions, we know at least the key details behind the update. It’s a doozy, all right.
If you’ve been put off by jumping into The Witcher 3 on Switch, this new update might change your mind. With it, a number of new graphics options have been added to the game. This should improve your experience if you found it too blurry before, at least. Before you get your hopes up too much, however, be warned that the visual updates aren’t massive. Don’t go in expecting it to look way better than before. These are small, noticeable improvements.
- Added touch control support.
- Added save file integration with GOG, Steam and versions of the game for Switch from different regions.
- Added more text languages (in selected regions).
- Added more graphical options.
- Added multiple performance optimizations.
- Fixed various visual and functional bugs.
- Various gameplay and crash fixes.
- Mod-related bugs and blockers might get transferred from a modded PC game save file.
- If the save file name has been changed on PC, the Switch’s Cloud Save feature won’t be able to recognize it.
- Water Quality
It appears as though you are able to freely edit how The Witcher 3 on Switch looks with these options. For example, you can turn the Sharpening option off or slide it to the maximum. It should look better than before, no matter which options you utilize.
Alongside the new graphics options is cross-save between the Switch version of the game and PC. You should now be able to share your save file across the Switch, Steam, and GOG versions of the game.