The Witcher 3 Mods Immersion & Gameplay – FCR3
Komfort, Grafik oder Gameplay: Wir stellen die besten Mods für The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt vor und zeigen, wie ihr das meiste aus dem. Nexus Mod Manager / Vortex / The Witcher 3 Mod Manager. Mehrere Mods in ein Spiel zu stecken, kann anstrengend sein. Je nachdem, welche. Bilder und Screenshots mit den besten Mods zu „The Witcher 3 – Wild Hunt“. Gute Nachrichten für Fans von „The Witcher 3“: Die ersten Hobby-Tüftler haben sich Dann ist die Mod „Vintage 8mm Wild Hunt“ genau das Richtige für Sie! Die 25 besten Mods für The Witcher 3 und wie ihr sie installiert zeigt euch unsere Übersicht zum modernen Rollenspiel-Klassiker.
Debug Console Enabler Quelle: Nexusmods Diese im Grunde relativ simple Mod schaltet eigentlich nur die Debug-Konsole in The Witcher 3 frei. Komfort, Grafik oder Gameplay: Wir stellen die besten Mods für The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt vor und zeigen, wie ihr das meiste aus dem. Jetzt aktualisiert: Die Realismus-Mod Redux für The Witcher 3 schreitet weiter voran. Der Modder hat eine neue Version veröffentlicht und ist.
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I know that a lot of you love Gwent, but for me it frustratingly detracts from my non-stop murdering of monsters across the land.
If you are like me and simply do not have the time to play Gwent, simply grab this mod and use Axii to win every match.
Is it cheating? Do I regret it? Guards in the Witcher 3 should really be the heroes of any game. Viciously strong, and nearly unkillable, this is because they are a much higher level than Geralt.
Well if you have had enough of getting smacked around by the local constabulary look no further than this mod.
You can set a difficulty for the guards and then proceed to beat the hell out of them. Have fun! Here we are, at the second last, but arguably the most popular subcategory of Witcher 3 mods, graphics.
This is also the part of the article which will have the most pictures, for those who like screenshots over writing.
It did come out almost five years ago after all. It also includes 4k textures for those with powerful gaming PCs who want to have the very best graphical experience in the Witcher 3.
The Witcher 3 HD Reworked mod is also compatible with lighting mods, and should most likely be used in concert with one of those.
I love lighting Witcher 3 mods. They are among my favorite things to install and play around with. As far as lighting mods go this one is pretty tame.
This particular mod simply restores the game to its lighting effects that were used during development videos, and not the lighting effects used upon release.
I think it looks better than the release version without being obnoxious about the changes. This mod gives you a lot of customization over what is displayed on your screen at any given time.
Do you want a minimalistic UI with the bare minimum? Go for it. Do you want a cluttered screen with every piece of information you can possibly grasp at your fingertips?
You can do that too. Personally a happy medium works best for me, but you do you. This is an example of Witcher 3 mods that updates a lot of the facial textures in the game, making them more detailed.
While not every face is updated, a pretty significant portion are. I think we can all agree that, on some level, watching Geralt chop people and monsters into gory piles is pretty exciting.
To that end, the Ultra Gore 2 mod ensures that you will get to watch the most visceral kills possible in the Witcher 3.
The mod forces the game to provide dismemberment animations for enemies killed by the players. This is purely an aesthetic change that can lead to some pretty gruesome scenes.
This Witcher 3 mod changes quite a few things visually about the game. I would first note that it changes a lot of the camera angles in the game, the speed of your character, and allows for dynamic Depth of Field.
It also adds some bloom effects, changes some color schemes, offers some moderate changes to shade and lighting, and changes some texture detailing.
It does cause some performance drop , so you should be aware that this mod is geared towards people with more powerful PCs.
This is an updated version of the popular Ultimate Lighting Mod Redux. It allows a lot of customization regarding color correction, fog settings, bloom, and other effects.
I found it lowered my FPS slightly , but not enough that it should affect most players. You can also turn off the blur effect while turning, which I find super important, as I hate blur effects.
I have such a mixed opinion on Darker Nights mods. On the other hand, it can make the game unplayable when the sun sets.
With that in mind, I do give this mod a recommendation, but caution that if you are easily frustrated by not being able to see more than a few feet in front of you, you will probably not like this mod.
This mod used to focus specifically on level of detail improvements. It still does for the most part, but also increases the draw distance for the game.
I am always a big fan of increasing draw distance as it makes the game feel more expansive and realistic.
This distance increase comes at a price though. Be mindful that you have to pay for these views in raw processing power.
Expect performance drops. I know these are actually two separate Witcher 3 mods , but they work well in concert, so you might as well get both at the same time.
They remove the dirt and rain drop effects from the camera, clearing up the foreground of the game.
While it does slightly lessen the immersion of the game, it also increases graphical clarity and, to me, makes the game look cleaner.
This is just a small atmospheric mod that makes swamps more eerie. It increases the amount of fog and makes it a little more ominous.
It is truly amazing. Anyways this mod changes a lot of the weather effects in the game. This Witcher 3 mod is pretty expansive and can cause some performance drops, but largely it should work fine on most PCs.
I highly recommend this mod if you like really cool weather effects. While I certainly appreciate the Darker Nights mod, I actually like this one better in terms of gameplay.
It does darken the world during the night, but not to the same extent as Darker Nights. This is one of the best Witcher 3 mods for immersive nighttime gameplay.
It also changes a lot of the interior lighting as well to make it appear more grim and, to some extent, realistic.
I highly recommend this mod. Taking a step away from the grim dark of nighttime lighting, we have one of the most understated Witcher 3 mods.
Even something as seemingly minor as better grass can really make a world feel more alive and immersive. Grass comes at a price though.
That price is taken in blood from your GPU. Beware of performance drops in some areas, but if your PC is up to the challenge, this mod is really quite beautiful.
This lighting mod stood out to me while researching this article. The screenshots really speak for themselves with the soft lighting of the sun to the beam effect filtering through buildings and trees.
This is arguably one of the best Witcher 3 mods for lighting that makes the game much more beautiful. If you are looking for a lighting mod that makes your game look wonderful, look no further.
It is a relatively simple mod that gives some pretty impressive improvements to the game. Much like the Realistic Contrast Textures mod, this improves facial contrasts to give characters more realistic faces.
I find it also makes peoples flawed features stick out more, which is neat for realism. I did not notice any particular effect on game performance so assuming you have a decent computer, you should be fine.
If you wish that the particle effects of your spells were a little more realistic, like blowing in the wind, this mod is for you. This mod also affects things like dust, fog, smoke, sparks, and nearly every particle effect in the game, giving them a life of their own.
It is one of the most beautiful Witcher 3 mods out there! Moisture is the essence of wetness, and wetness is the essence of beauty.
With those wise words of the timeless Zoolander, I bring to you, quite possibly the best water mod for the Witcher 3. The HDMR mod really enhances the terrifying detail of every monster in the game.
Each of these primordial horrors of ancient lore will come to life in ways you could only see in your nightmares.
Luckily, you will then be able to kill them in the most gruesome ways you want, therefore saving yourself the trouble of having to cower beneath your blankets.
For those among you with truly powerful PCs, let me introduce you to a mod that should make you pretty happy.
First of all you will need a 4k monitor, or this mod will not be particularly useful for you. If you have one, then feel free to enjoy The Witcher 3 in all its 4k glory.
This mod requires significant system resources so do expect a performance drop. Next on the list we have audio Witcher 3 mods.
While the game has a beautiful soundtrack of its own, some players might enjoy some enhancements or modifications to it.
Generally, the Witcher 3 was a pretty stable game. To my experience there were not very many bugs in need of fixing, especially now, after several years.
There were occasionally some audio concerns that did arise during gameplay. This mod works to remedy some of these concerns.
If you are encountering audio problems, give this mod a try. Download Link. This little mod unlocks the debug console, letting you use console commands to change settings, spawn enemies, fix broken things, etc.
All of the Witcher mods live on Nexus, and the Nexus Mod Manager is the single best way to wrangle all the competing and conflicting changes that mods might be bringing to your game.
If you do see a specific load order, the NMM is where you go to make that change. Otherwise incompatible mods could work perfectly if you load one before the other.
If you are installing a lot of mods, do it just like your mother taught you: go slow, take it easy, and say your prayers. It was news to us.
If you are trying to install more mods than the game wants to allow, the Mod Merger can help. The process will take about 15 minutes, but basically the merger will combine your compatible mods into a single customized bundle just for you.
Too many mods? No no, sir, as you can see, I am installing only one enormous mod. As above, be careful with this one. Geralt's world already has dozens of signposts for fast travel, but sometimes you'll still find yourself spending ages coaxing Roach across countryside for the nearest one.
If you're not down for that sometimes humdrum bit of roleplay, this mod lets you teleport to any fast travel point from anywhere, much in the style of Skyrim.
Use your new fast travel abilities with caution and don't get too hasty: overriding the existing system reportedly causes problems with a tiny number of quests.
When all else fails, try to resolve conflicts with the mod merger. This mod adds every map icon to the map all the time, including nearby merchants and any quest objective for any quest in your journal.
Your Stash is accessible from a few places around the world, but this mod asks: Why not more? Installing this will add eight new stash locations and relocate two of the standard stash locations to more convenient areas.
One of the best parts of the early Witcher game is feeling like you need to do your homework before any big contract.
This mod recaptures some of that old magic by making meditation a more meaningful process.
You need to meditate to spend points in your skill tree, refill alchemical items and oils, and repair items. If Preparations Mod sounds like more trouble than fun, check out Friendly Meditation.
Instead, the HUD falls away and you get a nice view of the clouds zipping past, the stars rotating, and the sun rising over the mountains.
Sometimes, a Witcher just needs to take a damn minute, you know? The Witcher 3's UI can feel a bit cluttered, but turning parts of it off can make the game overly difficult.
This mod has several features, available in separate downloads if you only want one or two, that improve the on-screen issues.
From holding a key down to enter meditation without using the menu, to hiding quest markers unless you're using your Witcher sense, plus HUD elements that can individually be toggled on and off without having to open your menu, and lots more.
Is it a big deal? But it sure does look nice. This mod adds a little hanging lamp to your little sailboat. Look at that Witcher go. Since there are no woodchippers in the Northern Kingdoms, this mod that disables those storybook narration videos that you have to listen to over and over again will have to do.
If you've ever felt that The Witcher 3's combat lacks a certain cinematic flair, be sure to pick up this gem. It slows down the action when Geralt lands a critical hit, allowing you to gape in awe at how perfectly that bandit's head flew from his shoulders.
If you're feeling particularly vicious, modder KNGR also made a version that combines this with his popular More Blood mod.
One of the finest bits of roleplaying in The Witcher 3 is its system of weapon oils, as there's some genuine satisfaction in knowing the right mixture for the job.
But after hours and hours of digging in Geralt's bags and applying them, even the most dedicated roleplayer among us would be hard-pressed to deny it gets tedious.
That's where Auto Apply Oils comes in. Once you're in range of an enemy type specific to a certain oil, it'll automatically apply the oil and leave you to the business of hacking at it with a slab of silver.
Sick of rummaging through corpses after every battle? This mod automatically picks up all the area loot for Geralt, regardless of whether he's just been battling rotfiends or digging through drawers in Oxenfurt.
That's welcome enough in itself, but what makes Auto Loot so great is that it also ensures that Geralt doesn't accidentally steal valuables in his auto-looting frenzy, and it lets you customize what he picks up and what he leaves behind.
Any old, random picture we happen to have around. For some long-time Witcher fans, there was once a golden era.
All the wine was sweet, all the swords were sharp, and every ghoul was slow and stupid.