The Witcher 3’s next-gen update features detailed and ‘unintended’ female genitalia
The Witcher 3’s next-gen update brings better graphics and performance to the game. It was expected. But players did not expect, was realistic and detailed female anatomy in the south.
These new models are questioned for their level of detail. Some players may question why such intimate details are included in the update, while others may simply enjoy the eye candy. Either way, the inclusion was not intentional on CDPR’s part.
Here’s a completely safe-for-work trailer showing off The Witcher 3’s next-gen update
According to some rather graphic screenshots posted on reddit (view at your own risk), Crones in particular got a bit of an overhaul. This makeover includes not only detailed mons pubis and labia, but also landing strips, with not a bear catcher’s hat in sight.
In the unmodified game, not all females are shown in full frontal view. If they are, only a non-descript area lacking any features is shown (NSFW), similar to a Ken doll. Most of the women in The Witcher 3 are a bit modest down there, tending to cover up Aunt Mary in pants or underwear that look straight out of a Victoria’s Secret or Hustler catalog because that’s just how they rolled in the Middle Ages has.
All shock and fun aside, the inclusion of these mom bits was an accident by CDPR, and it works to “address” the content.
According to a statement given to Kotaku, the next-gen update features “several community-sourced mods” merged on top of “numerous improvements created and implemented by the studio.” It was a “complex process,” and the “textures in question” were an “unintended result.”
Expect the content to be patched, and probably soon, we think.
Kotaku said the mod in question appears to be Vagina’s For Everyone and is found on Nexus (NSFW). If you look over the mod page, Brothel Girl, Ciri and Yennefer are just three ladies that go all the way. Each even has a “styling” preference that ranges from trim to low-maintenance runway.
CDPR released The Witcher 3’s next-gen update in December, free for owners of the full edition on PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X/S. It includes graphical improvements and gameplay tweaks, all previously released DLC, integrates some of the game’s most popular mods, and much more.
If you’re planning to play the game a second time, and want to go a different route, check out our guide to getting the best ending in The Witcher 3. After all, there are 36 possible end game states.