The Witcher 2 patch 1.1 delayed

Dev "encountered some problems".

The upcoming Witcher 2 patch 1.1 has been delayed.

"The good news is that the patch is ready," read an update on The Witcher website. "The bad news is that we have encountered some problems with the server infrastructure, making downloading DLC impossible.

"We want to apologise to our fans for not meeting our target of delivering the patch last night."

Patch 1.1 aims to fix a number of bugs as well as boost game performance by up to 30 per cent.

CD Projekt told Eurogamer that a second patch addressing yet more problems will be offered next week as well.

The Witcher 2 has been heralded as a role-playing great. A console version of The Witcher 2 is expected to be announced at E3 next month.

Eurogamer awarded The Witcher 2 a huge 9/10.

The Witcher 2 was also our game of the week last week.

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