Thanks for replying . I still have few quests till the game is all finished so after I finish it I will then try to experiment. If I mess up seriously I will just reinstallHello! If interested in the basics of modding, there is a wealth of information to be found here:
The Tutorial Compendium As it happens that the nice tutorials posted here get lost, I decided to collect all tutorials in one thread. First to mention are the basic tools that modders might need. ---Witcher 3 official Modkit NEW-- latest release 1.30 --NEW ----Modkitchen // by vervurax...forums.cdprojektred.comModding The Witcher 3 : a collection of tools you need I often found myself in a position where I was in difficulty to find which tool I need to do something. To find the link or whatever. So, I thought this morning, why not make a thread ? This list aims to be exhaustive, but surely won't be...forums.cdprojektred.com
(Don't hold me to this, but I believe the files need to be cooked in order to work properly.)
Your account name is Brendan.Hi folks, my name is Rafael, my friends call me happy. Longtime RPG fan like so many of us, and can't wait until we get to enjoy cp together
I was literally as you responded trying to figure out why my account name is what it is.. lol My nickname is happy, my name is Rafael. Rafael Garcia. Like I noticed as I introduced myself, now it's stressing me. In fact as a mod if you have a solution on how to address that I would be grateful.
Just saying hi. New to the forums, but enjoying the posts so far!
Hi folks, my name is Rafael, my friends call me happy. Longtime RPG fan like so many of us, and can't wait until we get to enjoy cp together
Welcome to you all! Glad to have you all around.Hi all
I'm new to the forum and having issues with one of the quests of witcher 1 but I can't post
So i'm just saying hi
This reminds me so much of Dark Messiah of Might and Magic. A truly under-appreciated title. While Vermentide 1 & 2 are what I would call a spiritual successor, I miss the "adventure" feel of the gameplay in Dark Messiah. Combat is more like "duels" rather than "hack-and-slash-left-4-dead-survival".Hello moderators. Could you please create a thread on about first-person melee combat on my behalf?
More specifically: I saw on the news that the dev team is not entirely happy with the melee combat yet and I would urge them to check out the game ELDERBORN, wich has pretty much perfected this kind of combat. Maybe it can inspire them to give that final push!
This video explains it all:
Just as any fan of CDPR, I want the best for this game. If you guys could create a thread about this, maybe more users can interact with it and the chances of any DEV to see it might increase (I don't know about any better channel to contact the devs).
Not sure if I'm understanding exactly what the situation is here, but I can say the following:Hey fellow Witchers, I'm new here and wanted to ask something about the Witcher 3. I managed to complete the main game a few years ago and grafted to platinum but my disc drive is completely screwed. I bought the digital version yesterday on the PS Store assuming I could play some NG+ and attempt the DLC's I never played. Any reason the digital version is not loading game saves? I specifically made sure it wasn't the GOTY edition.
Thanks for the reply. To confirm I didn't buy the GOTY version. I had the original disc and bought the digital version of "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt". From looking online it seems some people managed to get it working straight away, as soon as they loaded the digital version. Maybe they were on a different platform not PS4, I'll have a check.This reminds me so much of Dark Messiah of Might and Magic. A truly under-appreciated title. While Vermentide 1 & 2 are what I would call a spiritual successor, I miss the "adventure" feel of the gameplay in Dark Messiah. Combat is more like "duels" rather than "hack-and-slash-left-4-dead-survival".
Personally, I feel that the Chronicles of Riddick games took first-person melee combat to a great, new place...which no studio has really tried to tackle since. (Kingdom Come: Deliverance tiptoes into that zone a bit.)
Not sure if I'm understanding exactly what the situation is here, but I can say the following:
Different copies of the game on different platforms are not the "same product". Hence, an installation of the "Standard Edition + HoS + B&W + 16 Free DLC" is not viewed as the same product as the "GOTY Edition", even if both are played on the same PS4. Hence, saved games from one version of the game will not work on the other version of the game -- even though they are essentially the same game. This is down to the way that online marketplaces manage their products: they view different "releases" of the same title as totally different titles for the purposes of purchasing and support.
Therefore, if you originally purchased a "disk" version of the original game, then later purchased a "digital" version of the same game, the PS4 is going to treat them as two, totally different products. As far as I know, there's no way around this. It's not a CDPR system; it's a Sony system. And this is the same on Sony, Microsoft, GOG, Steam, Origin, etc. One release of the game will not recognize saves from a different release of the game.
You almost have the required 10 posts to start a new thread. Then you can make one [here] and neatly put all the articles in one thread. Unfortunately, you cannot submit multiple posts in a row, but after someone (like a moderator) replies, you can post another article.Is there a thread somewhere to share this kind of thing so I'm sharing appropriately and not mucking up other threads?