Next-gen Genitals – an Unintended Result of 'The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt' According to CD Projekt Red

Elina Rudkovsky


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CD Projekt Red, the developer behind the 2015 blockbuster 'The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt', has recently revealed that the game's next-gen genitals were not intended and were the result of an oversight. The game's visuals received significant upgrades upon its release on the current generation of platforms, such as the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5. 

The infamous genital-enlarging glitch was first noticed by gamers shortly after the game's release on the next-gen consoles. It was revealed that the game's textures were higher resolution than those on the previous generation of consoles, resulting in a more detailed view of the characters' bodies. This effect is particularly noticeable in certain scenes, such as when Geralt, the game's protagonist, is seen bathing in a pond.

CD Projekt Red has since stated that the issue was due to an oversight on their part and that they had not intended for the game's visuals to be upgraded in such a way. They have also stated that they are currently working on a fix for the issue and that it should be released soon.

In addition to the genital glitch, there have been other complaints from gamers about the game's visuals on the next-gen consoles. These include texture pop-in, low frame rates, and low-resolution textures. CD Projekt Red has acknowledged these issues and stated that they are working on fixing them.

Despite the recent revelations about the game's next-gen genitals, 'The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt' remains one of the most critically acclaimed games of all time. The game's visuals have been praised by both critics and gamers alike, and the game has won numerous awards. It is likely that the recent revelations will not affect the game's status as one of the greatest games ever made.