The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt free next-gen update has arrived with a plethora of graphical and gameplay enhancements. While the game looks and runs incredibly on current-gen consoles, PC players have reported several issues, including frame-rate dips and more.
Sadly, this isn't the only issue that's currently plaguing the PC version of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Many players have also reported experiencing the infamous script compilation error. Here's how to fix the script compilation error in The Witcher 3.
Why does the Script Compilation Error Occur?
The script compilation error occurs when you have mods installed in The Witcher 3. The more mods you install, the more chances you have of experiencing the script compilation error in the game.
How to Fix the Script Compilation Error
The best way to fix this error is to install the Unification patch from Nexusmods. As the name suggests, the Unification patch unifies the game's base version with the mods to make them work coherently. Installing this should fix the script compilation error in The Witcher 3.
If the error persists, you may have to uninstall one of the mods that are causing the problem. Unfortunately, it's impossible to tell which mods are at fault, so you have to uninstall all of them or go for a trial-and-error approach.
And that's pretty much it. That concludes our guide on how to fix the script compilation error in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.