MightOfGuts Dec 7, 2013 @ 1:39am
The Witcher: Enhanced Edition Mod Recommendations
What are the best most popular mods for this game from nexusmods.com.
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spderweb Dec 7, 2013 @ 4:16pm 
-Full Combat Rebalance (make sure that you've run the game once or it won't install properly).
-Perfect Blood (and the mod fix that's on nexus) which looks pretty cool.
-Hand Gives Han, to make the plant make sense.
-Plentiful Herbs is probably an important mod because you need to craft potions and stuff alot.
-SexTakesTime mod basically makes time take place when sex happens (there is a full night and day cycle in the game) and also places you at the location where you would have been doing the deed.
-anything else you want to add to the game. There's a bunch of texture changes, for example that would be based off what you want more than general audience.
MightOfGuts Dec 7, 2013 @ 9:26pm 
Originally posted by Spderweb:
-Full Combat Rebalance (make sure that you've run the game once or it won't install properly).
-Perfect Blood (and the mod fix that's on nexus) which looks pretty cool.
-Hand Gives Han, to make the plant make sense.
-Plentiful Herbs is probably an important mod because you need to craft potions and stuff alot.
-SexTakesTime mod basically makes time take place when sex happens (there is a full night and day cycle in the game) and also places you at the location where you would have been doing the deed.
-anything else you want to add to the game. There's a bunch of texture changes, for example that would be based off what you want more than general audience.
what does Full Combat Rebalance do?
Amerika Dec 9, 2013 @ 9:07pm 
Is there any mod that changes the fighting mechanics of the game to something more similar to The Witcher 2 per chance? I've seen people ask this question and I am myself rather curious. I played this game a long time ago (still have the box) and I was always underwhelmed by the combat being clunky as hell. I did enjoy the combat in The Witcher 2 a lot more.
Aurora Dec 12, 2013 @ 7:09pm 
+ The Witcher: Black Edition or The Witcher: Inferno Edition (Polishes up the UI and adds some nice graphics to it)
+ Dark Geralt Mod (Gives Geralt an overall darker look)
+ Perfect Blood (Makes blood effects a bit nicer looking)
+ Perfect Rain (Polishes up the look of the rain)
+ Hi-Res Character Models (self-explanatory)
+ Texturen Mod (Sharpens up the textures)
spderweb Dec 14, 2013 @ 2:16pm 
ooo. i didn't know about hi res mods. I'll have to look out for them
spderweb Dec 14, 2013 @ 2:18pm 
I dunno exactly what the combat rebalance does. There's a massive readme pdf for it. I never played without it but anyways, i'm guessing it chanages difficulties of monsters and so on. People were ssaying that the Beast boss battle was crazy hard, but I finished it rather quickly.
Aurora Dec 15, 2013 @ 7:31pm 
Originally posted by Spderweb:
ooo. i didn't know about hi res mods. I'll have to look out for them

All the mods I listed can be found on The Witcher page at ModDB
fiufire Dec 17, 2013 @ 3:13pm 
Originally posted by Aurora De'Illuminatio:
+ The Witcher: Black Edition or The Witcher: Inferno Edition (Polishes up the UI and adds some nice graphics to it)
+ Dark Geralt Mod (Gives Geralt an overall darker look)
+ Perfect Blood (Makes blood effects a bit nicer looking)
+ Perfect Rain (Polishes up the look of the rain)
+ Hi-Res Character Models (self-explanatory)
+ Texturen Mod (Sharpens up the textures)
Where do I get these mods and how would I then apply them?
MightOfGuts Dec 17, 2013 @ 4:06pm 
Originally posted by fiufire:
Originally posted by Aurora De'Illuminatio:
+ The Witcher: Black Edition or The Witcher: Inferno Edition (Polishes up the UI and adds some nice graphics to it)
+ Dark Geralt Mod (Gives Geralt an overall darker look)
+ Perfect Blood (Makes blood effects a bit nicer looking)
+ Perfect Rain (Polishes up the look of the rain)
+ Hi-Res Character Models (self-explanatory)
+ Texturen Mod (Sharpens up the textures)
Where do I get these mods and how would I then apply them?
http://steamcommunity.com/app/20900/discussions/0/666827974705955787/
beeboiXD Dec 18, 2013 @ 10:45pm 
1) The aurora engine is also quite old and with that can come rather severe instability if too many liberties are taken regardless of hardware :/

*fun trivia - a word of caution for the texturen and hi res charac mods. They sharpen, as opposed to actually adding more detail to, textures and are thus prone to artifacts. It'll be a preferance thing so use your judgement.

*fcl is a must have in my opinion or at least the more stable but slightly less extensive flash mod by the same author who is ironically now a combat developer in red :) - everything just makes sense (as well as die faster...)

*sex takes time by corylea also make alot of sense and is quite safe :)
*the fairly explanatory scabbards mod by ifrit and flash as well - 1) applies quite abit and recommend only scabbards for geralt (install fcr or flash first)
*sweetfx if you like it and can get it to work...
Ghostryder37 Dec 19, 2013 @ 3:53pm 
http://en.thewitcher.com/forum/index.php?/topic/19890-list-of-mods-for-tw1-updated-3-april-2013/

You can also look here - one of the devs at CDPR created a forum post specifically to address this problem :)
Shaman Dec 20, 2013 @ 3:24am 
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