The Witcher 3 First Person Mod New Update Introduces Experimental Combat Mechanics And More
Last year, modder Skacikpl started working on a The Witcher 3 first person view mode which allowed players to explore the rich world created by CD Projekt Red in ways not normally possible. The mod had a couple issues that required additional work, but a recent update that's been released recently seems to have fixed most of them.
The latest update to The Witcher 3 first person mod includes experimental combat mechanics, customizable FOV, some optional features like the ability to avoid combat while in first person view mode and more.
Experience Witcher 3 like you never did before!
First person mode modification gives you an unique opportunity to see the world through Geralt's eyes.
This modification will add a brand new, immersive first person camera mode to your game that can be enabled or disabled at any time during exploration.
Immersive first person camera that properly follows Geralt's body.
Customizable FOV (in range from 1 to 110).
Customizable, separate X and Y axis mouse sensitivity.
Optional, first-person-only DOF effect.
Optional, first-person-only "do not disturb" mode that will allow you to avoid combat as long as you're in first person mode.
Entirely non-conflicting setup, compatible with all mods and all game versions from 1.08 up.
Experimental combat support.
Immersive lighting (no fake light source in first person).
A couple of videos showcasing this mod have been made available, and you can check them out below. The mod can be downloaded by going here.
The Witcher 3 is now out on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The Game of the Year Edition, including the Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine expansions, is also available on all formats.
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