May 22, 2022

Keep On Hunting With The Witcher 3 Cross Platform Saves For Switch

So many of us were excited when The Witcher 3 came out on Switch. Now we can continue our hunt no matter where we are. In practice, it meant that we had to start anew and lose all of the progress just because we changed the console.

Well now the suffering is over. CD Projekt Red just released an official statement about their new Switch update. One of the biggest and most exciting changes is its integration with Steam and GOG. Now gamers can continue their PC game on Switch without needing to start all over again.

But developers also point out a couple of things to keep in mind when transfering your saves between platforms.

While transferring saves from PC, please keep in mind:

Mod-related bugs and blockers might get transferred from a modded PC game save file

If the save file name has been changed on PC, the Switch’s Cloud Save feature won’t be able to recognize it

CD Projekt Red

The news about the update first appeared on the Nintendo Switch subreddit about the Korean version of the patch. And fans didn’t wait to share their excitement. Some said it would allow seeing their Switch gameplay in 60 fps. When others stated that this is the future and that all games should be cross platform.

Gwent Updates

Developers introduced some other changes with this update. Those who love their Gwent, now can use touch controls, which makes the gameplay more seamless. You can find the full list of updates on the CD Projekt Red’s website.

Originally, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt for Switch came out in October 2019. Now gamers can dedicate their time on the handheld console to focus on smaller missions. This not only rekindles the interest in the game. It also removes the day-to-day obstacles that might have been in the way and gives us a chance to explore more of the game.


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