may have come out in 2015, but a new update promises to shake up the game in ways that are likely to get weird and wacky in very little time. Although series protagonist Geralt of Rivia is certainly experienced with strange adventures, from quests involving unusual beasts to side stories that are more about the chaos of human life, there's usually a certain standard of logic in his various tales. The world of has always taken care to ground far-flung fantasy in certain aspects of realism, something that may no longer be the case.
Although getting a major new update that's slated for 2024 is certainly a surprise, developer CD Projekt Red has consistently supported a much longer lifespan for the game than the industry standard would suggest. Most recently, a next-gen update brought new perks to playing the game on recent consoles, and a few post-launch patches ironed out any major issues and unified cross progression across systems. Even so, it's been over 7 years since the last expansion released, so fans of Geralt's adventures are likely more than ready for some major new content.
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As announced in a post from the official account of CDPR's a mod editor is currently in the works for Per the post, it sounds like the tool will facilitate more than just map editing or cosmetic tweaks, describing the ability to "." It isn't yet clear what side of 2024 will see the launch of the mod editor, but the news that it exists is exciting enough, especially when it's set to release for free to anyone who owns the game.
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