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Witcher 3 Auto Loot Mod [2021]


Complete Auto Loot system, colorful 'Action Log Menu' with choice of on-screen placement, disabled max weight inventory option, easy filter and exception loot items. This mod is constantly being updated with new features.




Witcher 3 Auto Loot Mod



This AutoLoot mod is made as a workaround on the existing loot interface of Witcher 3. Players have to manually pick up the loot in Witcher 3 and it can be a tiring task for some players. The next-gen AutoLoot mod is an updated version of the original mod which was made by JupiterTheGod. It has been downloaded more than 25,000 times on Nexus Mods.


Our list of the best Witcher 3 mods includes minor bug fixes, dramatic texture replacements, quality of life boosts like automated looting, and the superhuman ability to frolic through shallow water. We've also listed some popular combat overhauls that both subtly and not-so-subtly rework one of the Witcher 3's most divisive elements. You can even use mods to make Geralt look more like his Netflix counterpart, Henry Cavill.


When you first set up Vortex to manage Witcher 3 mods it should download Script Merger (opens in new tab) automatically, otherwise you'll need to get it separately. This is a vital tool for managing conflicts when multiple mods try to alter the same files.


One of the finest bits of roleplaying in The Witcher 3 is its system of weapon oils, as there's some genuine satisfaction in knowing the right mixture for the job. But after hours and hours of digging in Geralt's bags and applying them, even the most dedicated roleplayer among us would be hard-pressed to deny it gets tedious. That's where Auto Apply Oils comes in. Once you're in range of an enemy type specific to a certain oil, it'll automatically apply the oil and leave you to the business of hacking at it with a slab of silver.


Sick of rummaging through corpses after every battle? This mod automatically picks up all the area loot, regardless of whether Geralt's just been battling rotfiends or digging through drawers in Oxenfurt. That's welcome enough in itself, but what makes Auto Loot so great is that it also ensures that Geralt doesn't accidentally steal valuables in his auto-looting frenzy, and it lets you customize what he picks up and what he leaves behind.


It's annoying to cart a load of loot into town and find a vendor so poor he can't afford to buy it all. This mod gives vendors some deeper pockets, and gently encourages them to pay you more for your goods.


Ugly gear. It's a shame, but it happens to the best of witchers, no matter how hard we try to color-coordinate. If the new mastercrafted sword set you've been working toward for hours turns out to have a hideous teal scabbard set that clashes with the rest of your ensemble, just download Black Scabbards to settle the problem. We're told that black goes with everything, especially more black, so this should get you sorted out.


We've written about this one in more detail: it's a complete reimagining of The Witcher's combat systems. The biggest change is that it removes autotargeting. Instead of twirling around between enemies like a demented pinball with a sword, Geralt's acrobatic attacks just go wherever you point him. This means you can charge and flip behind an enemy or around an enemy's shield.


In The Witcher 3: Wild Hunter, loot is a key element in your gameplay. It is necessary to equip your weapons and armor to be able to explore the world. The way you get loot is by killing enemies or finding it on the ground. The more powerful your weapons and armor are, the more loot you will get.


This mod comes in handy whereby it increases your inventory capacity to 9999. Gone will be the days of you shuffling through enemy territory just because you are stuffed with loot. You can go on looting without a care in the world!


The mod also comes with various mods that help you determine what sort of loot restrictions that you want. You could have only got extra loot from monsters or you can set it so that all monsters and animals drop additional loot that would otherwise be rarely found.


What goes well with unlimited carrying capacity for a witcher you ask? The AutoLoot mod, of course! Because picking up and dissecting each and every monster and human you kill for items and loot is way above your paygrade as a witcher. With this mod, Geralt will automatically pick up all the items from fallen enemies.


Thankfully, a mod called Auto Apply Oils does the job for you automatically so you don't have to keep opening the menu every time a different monster appears. That's right, the mod even knows which oil to apply for any occasion. This way, you can maximize Geralt's tools without ruining the flow of combat.


Apart from being a witcher, Geralt sometimes also sidelines as a clown whose claim to notoriety is rolling down the stairs involuntarily. It's funny but when you're controlling the old witcher, it can get frustrating, especially when you're chasing monsters or bandits who like to block stairs.


This needs to stop. Make Geralt stop by installing this mod; it's called No More Rolling Down the Stairs. It simply removes Geralt's tendency to succumb to his old man's ankles and leg muscles when descending or even ascending stairs. It's a must-have unless you're not serious about being a witcher.


A witcher is supposedly enhanced through mutations and can withstand more punishment and damage compared to most regular humans and even nonhumans. Geralt is no exception but apparently, his mutations never got to his legs (which was probably why he also keeps rolling down the stairs).


It's fun to use swords as a witcher but then you soon realize that they're no tougher than a Pringles chip. The degrading swords might be realistic but then that removes the magical appeal of Geralt's weapons which are supposedly special since he's a witcher. So, if you want to feel that your swords are made by the best blacksmiths ever, then Indestructible Items is the mod for you.


Setting the right load order for your TES III: Morrowind, TES IV: Oblivion, Nehrim: At Fate's Edge, TES V: Skyrim, TES V: Skyrim Special Edition, TES V: Skyrim VR, Fallout 3, Fallout: New Vegas, Fallout 4 and Fallout 4 VR mods is a crucial step to enjoying a stable modded game. The Load Order Optimisation Tool (LOOT) can help with that, by providing automated load order sorting that's simple to use and fully customisable.


This is a straightforward mod that does exactly what it says. It loots some things automatically (as soon as you are in range to loot), and for others it eliminates the loot popup so you loot everything at once.


This mod does 2 things: first, it allows you to zoom out your map to the absolute maximum extent, and second, you can fast travel to posts from anywhere in the world. This is my favorite mod right now along with auto loot.


What it does:Lets you loot all items / bodys / containers in your line of sight using a hotkeyThis means if an item is blocked by a wall or behind it wont get lootedThis mod does however include a 360 mode which will spin you around real quick, to make sure it also loots stuff behind youCan you make a version of this mod that works like Witcher 3s autoloot? No, or at least i havent found any way to make it work that way, hence the name


How to use:After installing the mod set a key for AlmostAutoLoot using CETs Hotkey tabPress the set key too loot all items / bodys / containers in your line of sightThe mods settings UI shows and hides with the CET Console (Settings get auto-saved)Use the mods settings UI to change the max distance and activate the 360 modeTo get items that are stuck (Name doesnt show up): For those items you have to directly look at them to make it work, meaning you will have to suck them out of the ground one by one. (Make sure your crosshair really is on the item)


Speaking of looting, I installed an auto-loot mod last night which should save some time and make it easier.BTW, did you ever look for/find your copy of the hardcover strategy guide, as mentioned in the other thread?


Hence, Script Merger is an important tool which comes to the rescue. It merges all the mods and associated scripts automatically, thus reducing your manual effort to make multiple mods work at the same time.


Mod pozwala nam na automatyczne zbieranie przedmiotów z roślin, zbiorników, pojemników, mebli i innych. Działa to na zasadzie wciśnięcia jednego klawisza. Nie musimy wchodzić do każdego przedmiotu oddzielnie.


All Quest Objectives On Map by Wolfmark (full version, modGenericMerchantsFix is included in Ghost Mode). Hands down, the best QoL mod out there. It allows you to see all the available quest markers on the map and fixes the problem with disappearing merchant icons. Remember that the map has filters and the mod fully supports them. As well as clicking quest icons with the mouse to activate them. AQO mod can be installed with TW3MM and needs to be merged with Script Merger. All the conflicts with the previously installed mods should be resolved automatically.


Friendly HUD is another essential mod if you want a highly customizable smart HUD, in-world 3D icons for tracking quests/NPCs/places of interest and a convenient way to access your alchemy. As well as other useful HUD/UI features. 3D icons support map filters. Colored Map Markers by DJ_Kovrik (AQO compatible version) is recommended for nice matching icon colors. Both mods can be installed with TW3MM, Script Merger is needed, conflicts should be resolved automatically.


Friendly Stash is also essential with Ghost Mode as all the items in GM have weight and you will need to manage your inventory. Which becomes easy with the stash mod. TW3MM, Script Merger, all the conflicts should auto-resolve. 350c69d7ab


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