Developer CD Projekt Red has revealed details of the upcoming patch 1.10 for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. This is one of the biggest patch for the game weighing 15 GB and brings about 600 bug fixes to the game.

Marcin Momot has assured players that the patch will be released "in matter of days."

The developer has released the massive patch 1.10 changelog [PDF] list for the game running 13 pages. It promises to bring a range of improvements, tweaks and fixes for the game and also noted that these changes will "make things smoother on PC and consoles."

It will bring changes to the audio, DLC, gameplay, GUI, stability, UI, visual, quests and POI aspects of the game and will also have more than 150 stability improvements.

The changelog reveals that the patch will fix issues of Stamina and Toxicity regeneration, Xbox One memory management, fixes and improvements in HUD, mouse and keyboard UI issue, non-functioning icon in New Game, performance improvements in Novigrad Bathouse and many more.

Apart from this, the patch will bring "additional conversations with key characters that will enhance your relationships with them as well as the story as a whole, and a major and much-awaited fix that should take a good bit of the pain out of dealing with items in the inventory by improving how items are ordered and sorted," Momot noted.

Momot also said that the PC version of the patch will be smaller, between 6-15GB.

Reports predict this massive patch 1.10 will be rolled out on 13 October, the day Heart of Stone expansion releases. Heart of Stone is the first paid expansion for The Witcher 3.