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New The Witcher 3 Mod restores cut content/features

Modder ‘Tinnaib’ has released a pretty cool mod for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt that restores some cut content/features. To be more precise, this mod restores a Buffed Monster Tracker (it also restores and adds new monster icons), as well as some Minimap Options.

Going into more details, the Buffed Monster Tracker displays CDPR’s logic, showing on the minimap when and which monster is supposed to be buffed.

This mod also restores an option to turn 24hr clock format, and weather indicators in the minimap. Moreover, it restores icons for Noonwraith, Nightwraith, Wraith, Werewolf, Alghoul, Ice Giant.

As said, the mod also adds some new icons. Thus, you can expect new icons for Drowner, Rotfiend, Grave Hag, Water Hag, Hound of the Wild Hunt and Ice Troll.

You can download this mod from here.

Speaking of The Witcher 3, we also suggest the following mods. The Witcher 3 HD Reworked Project is a must-have mod and does not need any introduction. The Dark Souls-inspired combat mechanics modHumans of the Continent 4K-2K Textures and the Witcher 2 Overhaul Mod are also three cool mods. And then there are Shades of IronTrue Fires Mod, and a mod that adds a new standalone quest. Let’s also not forget this impressive first-person mod. And lastly, this mod adds new quests, explorable area & gameplay features. Theoretically speaking, these mods should be compatible with this Restored Content Mod.

Have fun!

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