This raised a few eyebrows as, the autumn before, CD Projekt Red had said it would not update The Witcher 3 for PS4 Pro. Described as an "Xbox One X Enhanced" game, details about the PS4 Pro version were confirmed in the following days on Twitter.
We learn that there are over now 300 developers working on the game, whereas over a hundred are working on The Witcher franchise (Gwent and updating The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt's 4K support for PS4 Pro and Xbox One X).
This time last year, CD Projekt RED seemed all but done with The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, having released the Game of the Year Edition and being well into development on Cyberpunk 2077 and Gwent.
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The patch was mentioned again this week by CD Projekt president Adam Kicinski during the company's half-year presentation (you can find it here, it's a long one).
Eurogamer's Robert Purchese also asked CD Projekt Red when we can expect the 4K updates, since yesterday's presentation gave the impression newer, prettier Witcher 3 will be available for the PlayStation 3 Pro in "a few days".
It won't be this week, but the 4K patch is coming to make your Geralt adventure "ridiculously good looking".