The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Finally, the next generation update is just around the corner. A few weeks ago, CD Projekt Red announced that the classic RPG is coming to PS5, Xbox Series S, and Xbox Series X along with a wide range of new content, improvements, and improvements. All of this was finally revealed this week along with word on the addition of a feature that players have been requesting since the game was originally released in 2015.
More specifically, CD Projekt Red surprised RPG fans this week by revealing that cross-save is being implemented, which is huge news for those who play RPGs across multiple platforms. Word of the feature flew under the radar because of the aforementioned feature, but those who got confirmation from CPDR were perfectly happy with the news.
I love that this cross-save feature is also implemented in The Witcher 3 Modernization,” A fan writes the news on Twitter. “It’s great to resume playing just on a different platform and not worry about having different playbacks or trying to import those saves manually somehow.”
Cross Save announced for The Witcher 3. That’s all I needed to hear. Thank God,” adds another fan. “Transmog would have been much appreciated but that’s okay, cross saves are more important to me going between PS5 and Steam Deck.”
The Witcher 3 Cross-save PS5 to PC will change my life.
– Amanda Price (@AmandaDS) November 23, 2022
For those who don’t know: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt It debuted on May 19, 2015 and is the game responsible for putting CD Projekt Red on the map. It is not only widely considered one of the greatest RPGs of all time, but one of the greatest games of all time across all genres. It notably boasts a score of 93 on Metacritic. Although seven years old, few RPGs have since managed to match its storytelling, and even fewer open-world games have managed to craft an open world equal to its expansive and vibrant world.
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