Just a few hours back, we posted up about Saber Interactive removing all references to the next update for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Complete Edition from their Facebook page. The team had been saying the update would be worth the wait, and then decided those comments had to vanish for some unknown reason. Now things get even more confusing, because rumor has it a new update has dropped in Korea.
As you can see in the image above, this update does include some graphical tweaks that make a notable difference. The game's options now include a list of 8 new features to mess around with. You can see the list below.
* Depth of Field
* Depth of Field for Cut-scenes
* Chromatic Aberration
* Water Quality
* Foliage Visibility Range
Along with that, the update supposedly allows you to share your save file across the Steam and GoG versions of the game as well, allowing you to play on-the-go on Switch, and then at your PC when home.
The only problem is, we can't seem to verify that this update is live in any other region. We have the supposed evidence from the screenshots and alongside a Ruliweb post, but that's about it. Hopefully we can get a straight answer on this situation as the day rolls on.