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If you are playing The Witcher 3, then brace yourself, because the latest patch (1.10) has been released and it’s sizeable. For starters, depending on your platform, you will need to free up between 6 GB and 15 GB worth of space.

Additionally, the patch apparently brings a good six hundred changes, which gives it the distinction of being the largest collection of fixes, improvements and various enhancements brought to the game to date . If you really want to know what all those changes are, you may want to set aside some time for a bit of heavy reading – the changes are detailed in a 13-page PDF.

Granted, you might have better things to do with your time, like play games, so here’s the ‘in a nutshell’ version according to the developers.

CD Projekt Red explained that the patch “includes fixes for a load of quests, optimisations that'll make things smoother on PC and consoles, over one hundred fifty stability improvements to iron out hiccups, additional conversations with key characters that will enhance your relationships with them as well as the story as a whole, and a major and much-awaited fix that should take a good bit of the pain out of dealing with items in the Inventory by improving how items are ordered and sorted.”

The patch comes ahead of the forthcoming Hearts of Stone expansion DLC, which is due to drop on the 13th October. This will add a further ten hours of gameplay, as well as new monsters to battle, new characters to meet and an additional storyline to explore.

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