The Witcher 3 picks up another patch, 1.04 adds more Gwent cards and better textures | PCGamesN

The Witcher 3 picks up another patch, 1.04 adds more Gwent cards and better textures

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The Witcher 3 has had another dose of rejuvenating patch juice. The 1.04 patch is live now, and helps with upping texture quality, perfecting the mouse and keyboard controls, and now adds a bunch of new Gwent cards to the prologue area of the game.

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The full list of changes for 1.04 are: 

  • Rebinding of all keys is now available after switching on the ‘Unlock Bindings’ option in the Options\Key Bindings submenu
  • Corrects an issue in the dialogue system that might have caused dialogue looping in certain scenes
  • Fixes an issue with incorrect behaviour of Wild Hunt warriors after they were affected by the Axii Sign
  • Corrects a bug that caused spontaneous combustion of gas clouds
  • 1280 x 720 resolution is now properly displayed as a valid resolution option
  • Fixes boat stuttering in cutscenes
  • Texture rendering quality for the high and ultra presets has been improved
  • Further improvements made in NVIDIA Hairworks performance
  • A few additional gwent cards are now available in the Prologue area
  • Fixes an issue where users with usernames incorporating non-Latin characters were unable to import saves from The Witcher 2
  • Includes a series of overall stability and performance improvements
  • Fixes issues related to alt + tabbing and minimizing the game window
  • Updates the game icon
  • Enlarges the loot pop-up window in the UI
  • Fixes an issue where, in certain circumstances, the comparison window could extend beyond the game borders in the UI
  • Upgrading items included in gear sets no longer destroys rune sockets on said items
  • Introduces small tweaks in the UI for gwent
  • Corrects some missing translations in localized versions

1.04 is the third patch The Witcher 3 has received, after one earlier this week and the day one patch. Hopefully it should reassure players that developer CD Projekt are dedicated to the game’s performance.

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