The long-awaited The Witcher 3 patch 1.07 has begun rolling out to all platforms. Marcin Momot revealed that over the next 24 hours the patch will go live, via Twitter. “Patch 1.07 will be arriving on all platforms in the next 24h. Once it’s live everywhere, we will officially announce it.”
Some players are already reporting that the patch is available in some regions. This image was captured a short time ago that shows at least one person is downloading it.
1.07 is a highly anticipated patch for the RPG because of a couple of big improvements. Most notably is the controversial movement system of the game. Players will be able to use an “alternate movement style” for Geralt that should change his response times. A laundry list of fixes and tweaks can be found in this thread on the CD Projekt Red Forums.
When Momot was asked a few days ago whether or not this patch would include fixes for the notorious frame rate dips in the PlayStation 4 version, the Community Manager revealed that it would.
At the time of this writing, patch 1.07 was available for download on the Xbox One in our region.