The Witcher 3 is a masterpiece of a game with tons of replay value. One of the reasons why it’s so fun to replay the game is due to the plethora of mods available. They range from simple quality of life improvements to balance patches to complete reworks of the combat system.
If you’re looking to try out some exciting additions to The Witcher 3, here are 15 of the best mods for The Witcher 3 that are sure to enhance your enjoyment.
The Debug Console Enabler allows you to unlock the Debug Console which grants access to many useful functions. You can spawn enemies, change the weather, heal yourself, make yourself invincible, and even switch your character any time you want. It essentially turns you into God.
The Debug Console Enabler also allows you to easily interact with other mods you’ve installed. Definitely a must-have mod.
Nexus Mod Manager is basically your gateway into modding. This mod allows you to easily download, install, and uninstall mods with a simple click. It also allows you to manage mods, edit which one takes priority, what order they start, and so on.
Just like Debug Console Enabler, Nexus Mod Manager is a crucial tool for your modding journey.
This mod is a graphic enhancing mod that turns up your game’s textures and graphics up a notch.
With this turned on, you’ll get to experience the Witcher world in full HD. You’ll likely add quite a bit to your gameplay time from stopping and staring at the quality and depth of detail with this mod.
Of course, you’ll need a good gaming laptop or desktop to fully enjoy this mod.
If you’re a hoarder and want to collect every item you find, you’ll love the Over 9000 mod. Aptly named, this mod gives your inventory extra weight of up to… you guessed it, 9000.
With this mod, you can essentially carry as many items as you want without fear of going over capacity. After all, you never know when you might need that one particular item in those rare occasions.
- Built for endless adventure, the massive open world of The Witcher sets new standards in terms of size, depth and complexity
If you’re not a fan of traveling by foot or horseback, the Fast Travel From Anywhere mod lets you fast travel anywhere and anytime you want.
This handy tool will help you get to missions faster and complete more side quests. It’s especially helpful if you’ve already played through the game before and just want to speedrun it again.
The autoloot mod lets you automatically pick up loot off of enemies you kill. Very convenient, especially when paired with the Over 9000 mod. By the end of the game, you’ll be swimming in items with these two mods on.
FC3 is a mod created by one of the actual developers of The Witcher 3. It balances the overall game by providing buffs and nerfs here and there to enemies, weapons, and allies.
The FCR3 mod also fixes lots of bugs in the game to provide smoother gameplay. Beware though, the game does get a bit harder to beat with the FCR3 mod as you can’t rely on some of the more overpowered weapons and attacks.
This convenient mod shows every objective for your active quest right on the map. It’s especially handy for people that like to pursue multiple quests at once.
You can also easily change the currently tracked objective without going all the way over to the Quests menu.
Applying the right type of oils against certain enemies all the time can be a hassle. With Auto Apply Oils, the mod automatically applies the correct oil against the enemy you’re fighting.
Overall a simple mod but one that saves quite a bit of time.
The Friendly HUD mod was designed to make the user experience a lot better. You’ll be able to fully customize the HUD to allow for quick access to potions, bombs and oils; quick switching between crossbows and bombs; and a way to pause the game quickly.
PhotoMode allows you to freely pause the game, move the camera around, and take a screenshot of anything you want in any perspective.
Capture the breathtaking scenery The Witcher 3 is known for, or those humorous moments when you encounter a bug in full detail and want a close-up.
As its name says, this mod prevents you from taking any fall damage. You can now parkour around towns without fear of splatting on the cobblestones and visiting the loading screen once again.
One of the more frustrating things in The Witcher 3 is having your weapon break on you. Well, this mod prevents your weapons from degrading at all.
You’ll be able to rest assured your favorite weapon remains in pristine condition after every fight, so you can continue hacking away with it without worry.
If you’re a fan of playing the game with mods, you’ll probably want Mod Limit Fix, which removes the mod limit. Let’s be honest, there’s no such thing as too many mods!
This mod completely reworks the combat system in The Witcher 3.
Injuries can now happen with any attack, there are new animations, new ways to parry, and several different ways to charge over distances. The biggest change is it removes the autotargeting system, allowing you to attack any enemy you want in any way or order you like.
Since this mod completely changes the game, you’ll probably only want to try it after you’ve already finished the game once. This mod alone is good reason to play the game through another time.
We’ve gone over 15 of the best Witcher 3 mods for you to try. Let us know which mods you like the most in the comments below.