The Witcher 3’s Current Gen patch “Tweaked” fall damage.

To the delight of practically everyone who has played The Witcher 3, CD Projekt Red’s Philipp Weber has disclosed that the current-gen update for The Witcher 3 has “tweaked” fall damage.

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The Witcher 3’s amazing plot and the cast of characters, intricate side missions, and expansive open world have earned it a reputation as one of the best games of its generation. Even then, there are also elements of the game that aren’t as well-liked, such as the fact that Geralt will suffer absurdly high fall damage if he casually steps off a curb without double-tapping to roll. But it appears as though things are about to change.

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The Witcher 3’s Current Gen Update Tweak

The long-awaited current-gen update for The Witcher 3 received a shitload of brand-new information from CD Projekt Red last night, including a new radial menu for quick casting, clothing modelled by the Netflix series, and a long list of gameplay and cosmetic enhancements. Oddly, one of the updates that fans will be most excited to learn about wasn’t announced during the show but rather on Twitter.


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Philipp Weber, who served as The Witcher 3’s junior quest designer and is now the series’ senior quest designer, retweeted a post of his showcasing some fresh screenshots of the game’s update. Weber included an eye emoji with the words “And yeah, we also tweaked fall damage” when retweeting his post, demonstrating his understanding of what he was saying.

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The concept that Geralt will no longer be the “glass ankles of Rivia” is thrilling, and it’s something that people have been asking for ever since The Witcher 3 originally came out, even though we don’t know how fall damage has been changed. At least that’s happening, however, it’s odd that CD Projekt Red didn’t bring up something that would have been such a simple point in its favour during the live stream where more viewers would have noticed it.

The Witcher 3's Current Gen patch

As you would have anticipated, the Witcher fandom has reacted by creating memes to celebrate the iconic gameplay element’s removal. To find out how much of a difference the upgrade makes, we’ll have to wait until it is released the following month.

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