The Witcher 3 Advanced Witcher Book Collection Mod Restores Cut Books And Notes

Francesco De Meo
Posted 9 months ago

The world of The Witcher series is a very interesting world which CD Projekt RED has tried to flesh out as much as possible with features like in-game books and more. Being the biggest entry of the series, The Witcher 3 comes with plenty of additional books and notes which further flesh out the saga’s world, but not all of them are easy to find. Some of these in-game books also cannot be obtained through regular means, but it’s now possible to check all of them out easily thanks to a new mod.

The new The Witcher 3 mod, the Advanced Witcher Book Collection mod, allows players to check out both hard to find and cut books. Some of the books will be available for purchase from merchants such as the Novigrad book keeper or the Herbalist in White Orchard, while others are obtained by simply completing some story events.

There is a lot of books and notes hidden in the game files, that normally can’t be found using legitimate means, or are hidden beyond reason. This mod aims to add this missing stuff back to the game. If you like lore and like to collect books, keep reading. If not, then you probably won’t find this modification interesting.


To learn more about the Advanced Witcher Book Collection mod, you can check out the mod’s page on the Nexus Mods website. The mod’s description includes some light spoilers, so avoid reading it in full if you have yet to complete the game.

Last week, another very interesting The Witcher 3 mod has been made available. The Forgotten Worlds mod allows players to explore areas that are only accessible for a limited time during specific quests.

The Witcher 3 1.20 Update Gets List Of Not Working Mods, 3 Missable Gwent Cards Are Obtainable In B&W

The Witcher 3 is now available in all regions on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The game’s second expansion, titled Blood and Wine, will be released later this year on a yet to be confirmed release date.

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Reddit