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Players across the glob are currently addicted to CD Projekt RED’s open-world masterpiece known as The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, but there’s a bit of an issue at the moment. While the developer has addressed many issues since the game’s release last week, it turns out new bugs are cropping up?a regular part of game development, of course.

In this case, though, it’s a frustrating issue. Players who attempt quests six levels or more below their current rank aren’t receiving any XP as a reward?a critical problem, considering that leveling in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is all about completing quests and doesn’t revolve around grinding, unlike most RPGs.

On the official CD Projekt RED forums, community lead and website coordinator Marcin Momot said that the problem will be addressed in a PC patch coming Monday and in update 1.04 on the Xbox One and PS4 “in the coming days.”

We can’t just end this news story on a sour note, though, so here’s a new trailer from CD Projekt RED that highlights the beauty of the game’s incredible fantasy world.

 

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CD Projekt RED releasing patch to fix The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt XP bug next week

The bug currently prevents players from receiving experience if they attempt a quest six levels lower than their current ranking.

By Andrew Fitch | 05/29/2015 01:45 PM PT

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Players across the glob are currently addicted to CD Projekt RED’s open-world masterpiece known as The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, but there’s a bit of an issue at the moment. While the developer has addressed many issues since the game’s release last week, it turns out new bugs are cropping up?a regular part of game development, of course.

In this case, though, it’s a frustrating issue. Players who attempt quests six levels or more below their current rank aren’t receiving any XP as a reward?a critical problem, considering that leveling in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is all about completing quests and doesn’t revolve around grinding, unlike most RPGs.

On the official CD Projekt RED forums, community lead and website coordinator Marcin Momot said that the problem will be addressed in a PC patch coming Monday and in update 1.04 on the Xbox One and PS4 “in the coming days.”

We can’t just end this news story on a sour note, though, so here’s a new trailer from CD Projekt RED that highlights the beauty of the game’s incredible fantasy world.

 

Read More