The Witcher 3 Next-Gen Update

The Witcher 3 Next-Gen March 23rd Patch improves DLSS 3 stability on RTX 40 series GPUs

CD Projekt RED has released a new hotfix patch for the PC version of The Witcher 3 Next-Gen. According to the team, the March 23rd Update improves DLSS 3 stability on the RTX 40 series GPUs.

And that’s it. This hotfix is solely for this DLSS 3 stability issue. In other words, it doesn’t pack any additional tweaks, changes or bug fixes. It won’t also change your game’s version.

Earlier this month, CDPR released a performance patch for The Witcher 3 Next-Gen. That patch supposedly improved CPU core utilization in the DX 12 version. However, mid/low-tier PC configurations won’t see any performance gains with that patch. Instead, those that will benefit, are owners of high-end PC systems. Furthermore, the game still heavily relies on one CPU core/thread.

At this point, I don’t expect CDPR to bring any meaningful performance improvements to the game. And no, contrary to Halo Wars 2 or Forza Horizon 3, The Witcher 3: Next-Gen won’t be getting proper multi-threading CPU support.

Speaking of The Witcher 3 Next-Gen, we also suggest taking a look at the following mods. PC gamers can download a cool first-person mod that will let you play the game in FP. Furthermore, Halk Hogan is working on a new version of The Witcher 3 HD Reworked Project. And then we have the Characters Reworked Project which improves over 100 characters.

Enjoy and stay tuned for more!

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