The Witcher 3 First Person Mod New Update Introduces Experimental Combat Mechanics And More

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Jun 5, 2017
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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.

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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.

Features:

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.

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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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