The Witcher 3 Redux feature

This Mod for The Witcher 3 adds a fully automatic quest tracker

K1ngTr4cker has released a simple yet cool mod for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. As the title suggests, this mod adds a fully automatic regional quest tracker using the game’s built-in Mod Menu.

The mod offers complete and total quest tracking of all quests and random events in the game. By using this mod, players can:

  • Set the tracker to update either manually or automatically.
  • Set the frequency of the auto update. Min = 120s (2mins) / Max = 3600s (1hr)
  • Update via Hotkey (Default F7) or Console (UpdateQuestTracker)
  • Shows all quests in the game and their current status

All quests in the “Quests” section of the menu can be automatically updated. Alternatively, you can manually update the tracker by going through each quest and updating its status or by using the hotkey (default F7) to force an update.

You can download the 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, a mod that adds a new standalone quest, and a mod that restores cut content/features from the game. Let’s also not forget this impressive first-person mod. And lastly, this mod adds new quests, explorable area & gameplay features.

Have fun!

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