Update 2: The full patch notes have now been released and the update should now be available for all users.
Update - Tue 18th Feb, 2020 03:30 GMT: After removing its "worth the wait" comments on its official VK social Media page, Saber's patch for the Switch version of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Complete Edition has started to roll out in certain regions.
Players in South Korea can reportedly update the game to Version 3.6. According to details from Nintendo Everything (via Reddit), the update appears to deliver on its promises - adding save compatibility with the PC version of the game, and the ability to adjust, enable and disable various graphical options to get a clearer image.
When we get more information about the Switch version's latest patch, we'll be sure to let you know.
Original Article - Tue 18th Feb, 2020 01:15 GMT: Remember how Saber Interactive said it was working on an update for its Switch port of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Complete Edition that would be worth the wait? Well, according to Wccftech - the same source that originally shared this news - all references to this update have now been removed from Saber's official VK social Media page.
The only remaining Witcher 3 reference is a post from 27th January, which directs users to CD Projekt Red's official support page for all inquiries about the game. Prior to this, modders had reportedly discovered additional graphics options for the title around the time of the Switch release, leading to theories it would be receiving a major update, rather than a minor one.
If we hear anything else, we'll let you know. Until then, feel free to speculate in the comments about why Saber removed this post.