The Witcher 3’s Weirdest Mods are Completely Bizarre

In this article, we’ll be sharing some of The Witcher 3’s weirdest mods, available for free to download.

Unfortunately, The Witcher 3’s modding community isn’t quite as large as Skyrim’s, so the selection of mods is understandably smaller. Despite that, though, you can still completely revamp your game with a few good mods.

In this article, we’ll be focusing on the weirdest and funniest mods we’ve found. If you’d rather find more useful mods, such as graphical overhauls, you might want to check out this blog here.

We’ll be including free download links so that you can check out the mods for yourself.

Geralt Face Fusion


In essence, this mod was created to let you add new faces to Geralt. With limited character customization in The Witcher 3, Geralt Face Fusion gives players a bit more to play around with.

The trouble is, the way this mod works means that it’s possible to create some absolute abominations.

Essentially, you can take the face of any other NPC in the game and then glue it onto Geralt. Some faces work well, for example, Vesemir’s face.

Other faces on the other hand can end up having some pretty catastrophic results. As an example, the first image is Geralt with a clown’s face.

From what I can understand, when it comes to choosing a new face, you are limited by what the mod creator has added. He mentioned that he would add more, but for now you can choose between the following faces for Geralt.

  • Vesemir
  • Eskel
  • Clown
  • Yennefer
  • Eredin
  • Letho
  • Avallach
  • Ciri

You can download the Geralt Face Fusion mod here.

You have lost more than coin

This is a strange mod that actually makes a bit of sense. In The Witcher 3, guards can strip you of your gold if you end up in a bit of trouble. However, with this more, you’ll lose more than just your gold if you get caught by the soldiers.

If you troll the guards or cause havoc in the town, you’ll end up losing your pants, too. Geralt will wake up in his undies. It makes getting caught by the soldiers both embarrassing and rather costly.

Thankfully, you’ll still keep everything in your inventory, although your gold will be gone. You will still keep any upper body armor you have equipped as well. Geralt essentially gets pantsed by the guards and is then left there to be laughed at.

I love the name of this mod, too. You have lost more than coin explains exactly the kind of thing the guards would say if you end up getting on their bad side.

Admittedly, this is probably the sanest mod as far as being lore friendly goes. It doesn’t ruin the immersion and simply adds a very thin slither of humor to certain situations in The Witcher 3.

You can download the ‘You have lost more than coin’ mod here.

Chicken Helmet Mod

I think that this mod fixes something that was terribly wrong with the vanilla Witcher 3 game. All of the humans in The Witcher 3 are allowed to wear armor to protect themselves from attacks, but chickens aren’t.

I personally think that this is unacceptable. What happened to equality? Thankfully, this mod fixes this issue by adding little helmets to all of the chickens in The Witcher 3.

On a real note, this mod is as weird as it can get, really. Not only does this mod make chickens wear helmets, but the helmets themselves look like strange mind control devices. I’m not even kidding.

I really hope that this mod inspires somebody to create some kind of side quest for the Witcher 3 that creates a story around the chickens and their mind control helmets. I think it’d be the perfect opportunity to introduce aliens and UFOs to The Witcher 3.

Who knows, maybe it could somehow link back to Cyberpunk 2077 somehow. I can only dream.

If you’d like to download the Chicken Helmet mod, you can find it here.

Vesemir The Loyal Brony

Vesemir has this air of mysteriousness about him. Nobody quite knows everything about him and there’s a lot that he keeps to himself.

This mod exposes Vesemir for who he truly is – a brony. Yep, that’s right, somebody thought it’d be a good idea to plaster Vesemir’s face with My Little Pony tattoos. Some Stormtrooper tattoos have also been added to Vesemir’s cheeks.

I honestly don’t know what drove somebody to do this, and I’m not sure if I’m impressed or concerned. Either way, this could be a fun mod to install on your friend’s PC without their knowledge.

In fact, if somebody can pull that off and show us the reaction, I’d love to see it. I bet it’d be pretty hilarious.

If you’d like to download this mod to prank your friend, or, erm, use it on your own game, you can find it here.

Ancient Leshen Holiday Mod

There is something a little unsettling about the woodland spirit in The Witcher 3. This mod takes that fear factor away by giving the woodland spirit his very own Christmas getup. I think that this mod works even better in the middle of July.

Instead of feeling apprehensive about fighting the woodland spirit, you end up sort of feeling sorry for him. And maybe a little bit jealous. I don’t think I could pull off a Christmas outfit as good as this.

If you’d like to download the Ancient Leshen Holiday mod, you can find it here.


It should be noted that all of these mods are free to download from the Witcher 3 nexus.

I hope that you can get some level of enjoyment out of what I’d consider to be the Witcher 3’s weirdest mods currently available.

Do you know about any other weird or funny Witcher 3 mods like these? Feel free to share them – I’d love to see more strange mods like the ones shown in this article.