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The Witcher 3 Mod improves combat animations, walking & running systems

PsychoCaki has released the Smooth Combat and Animations Redux mod for The Witcher 3. According to the modder, this mod brings many animation options, and freedom to pick any dodge animation package suitable for you and your gameplay.

The SCAAR project features four categories. These are ‘Combine Forces’, ‘Intense’ , ‘Revolve’ and ‘Technical’. Additionally, these options are generated as DLS packages, meaning that they won’t alter the default gameplay mechanics.

Furthermore, the files contain new walking, jogging, and running systems (which the modder found inside the game’s files). He also adjusted every animation playback speed for a smoother gameplay experience. And lastly, rolls are back with a much better and smoother experience.

You can download the mod from here. In order to install it, you’ll have to put ‘modSCAAR‘ in your Mods folder. Then, you’ll have to put one of the DLC folders in your main DLC folder. Afterwards, you can extract the .rar file

“For example, you open ‘SCAARRevolve’ folder and then you have 3 versions of that category and a mod folder. Pick version that you prefer from V1,V2 and V3 and place it in dlc folder. (Check the video on my page to check more details and differences between versions V1,V2,V3 and a gameplay).”

Speaking of The Witcher 3, we also suggest taking a look at the following mods. As we’ve said numerous times, The Witcher 3 HD Reworked Project is one of the best HD Texture Packs for CDPR’s RPG. HDAR – HD Animals Reworked ModHumans of the Continent 4K-2K Textures and the Witcher 2 Overhaul Mod are also some cool mods. And then there are Shades of IronTrue Fires Mod, and a mod that adds a new standalone quest. Theoretically, speaking, these mods should be compatible with SCAAR.

Enjoy!

SCAAR Animation Project Showcase - The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt

John Papadopoulos

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