VERSION 1.10 OUT NOW
Full compatibility with game version 1.10 & 1.11
This is the first full release of the Witcher 3 Launcher.
In both design and functionality it is pretty close to what the Witcher 2's Launcher could do.
You can always get the latest build here on GitHub
You need the following files:
just drag and drop them into your "The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt" Directory
If you're even more interested, the GitHub repository work as follows:
For now I decided to provide an interface, which will automatically integrate both the
if you have them installed.
All functions that are currently implemented should work as they are with the gog.com/DVD
version, as well as with the Steam version (If you do no launch it via Steam, you probably
won't get achievements though.)
I cannot guarantee that this launcher will work with the Steam/Origin version,
but this is actually one of the reasons for this beta release.
Bug reports are very welcome, both here or over on github.
The Future of this project:
Simply double-click the installer and make sure you point the installation to the right place.
The launcher.exe should sit in the
...\The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt
Make sure you've uninstalled the old launcher first. to do this navigate to your
...\The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt
directory and double-click the unis0xx.exe (the xx represent a number, which is determined by how many DLCs and patches you've installed) which does NOT have the orange gog icon, but the wolf medallion icon instead:
Then do a fresh install.
As this apparently is not that big of an issue, I decided to move that here:
So guys, I need help with testing some stuff:
I do own the game via gog.com and am in desperate need for some reliable testers who own the game on either Steam or Origin and can perform the following task for me:
...\The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt\bin\x64\
in the gog.com version - don't know where it sits in the Steam/Origin version, but I would doubt it's anywhere else. And this issue leads me to point two:
C:\Program Files\Steam\steamapps\common\The Witcher 3\
Now for the file list:
cd "path to directory you found out earlier"
The command prompt should now say:
path to directory you found out earlier>
Then you just type (if you followed the steps you can actually copy this):
dir /b /s > C:witcherfilelist.txt
Now there should be a witcherfilelist.txt file directly on your C: drive.
This file should contain a huge list of file paths.
Just send me this file, either by copying it here in the comments or preferably via pm.
Already thanks in advance to you guys!
Credits go to CDProjektRED for the artwork the backgrounds comes from and the icon.
Credits for the highlighted gog.com button go to ChiefyWombat.
Credits for the icons used in the mods window go to Liam McKay and are used under GNU License
Everything else (icons and code) is my original work
You are not allowed to upload, edit or redistribute this file without my consent.
And this probably is the mother of all patches:
600+ fixes, various unnamed improvements and a size of about 15GB
Have a look at the changelog here.
Surprisingly this big patch did only require a few minor adjustments to the launcher, but I still haven't been lazy the past months although I've kept silence for most of the time.
I switched the whole internal file read and write system to a way more powerful library than before, which most of you won't even notice, but it's there.
But more importantly I incorporated the profiling function into the stable release of the launcher. The system I am using seems stable enough - none of the beta testers were able to break it which is a very good sign.
And I'm going to tell you another thing: The mod manager is coming along nicely as well. It's too early to talk about this in detail, but there will be a beta coming soon™.
And I'm still not done. I couldn't help myself, but to redo the main window once more, and this time I'm satisfied with it's looks. It is very close to it's predecessors but unique enough to be a new one.
But this should be the part which interests you most.
You can download version 1.10 of the launcher here:
Just make sure you follow the installation instructions.
If you were part of the profiling beta make sure to use this update and follow the installation instructions to the point, otherwise you'll probably loose your savegames:
This should be about it. So instead of rambling on I'll go back to work...
Until then, have fun!
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