The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Meets Netflix Show With New Henry Cavill Mod
The upcoming Witcher series for Netflix proved to be one of the biggest projects at San Diego Comic Con last month, and is one of the best bets for filling in that hole in television fantasy left by Game of Thrones. Fans of The Witcher books and games have been increasingly excited for the new Netflix series and to see Geralt and pals in live action form. However, it was confirmed that the show will not adapt material from the games, removing the hope for any sort of crossover. Thus, one modder has taken it upon himself to cross over these Witcher worlds with a new Henry Cavill mod for The Witcher 3.
The new Henry Cavill mod for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has been released on NexusMods by user Adnan4444. The mod brings a new cosmetic look for Geralt of Rivia in that game that closer matches that of Henry Cavill’s appearance in the upcoming live action Netflix series to an eerily accurate degree. This mod includes “head meshes for shaved face”, as well as a modified jaw to match Cavill’s clean shaven look. Also included are body hair, facial and toxicity textures.
The mod also brings with it the medallion Geralt is seen wearing in the promo material released thus far. It seems that the modder intends to use this mod as a base for future updates to be based around Cavill’s various looks in the show, such as the blackened eyes seen in the SDCC trailer. The work put into this mod is stunning to behold in its released form, and anyone waiting to see Henry Cavill in action can find a good time playing with this mod to hold them over until the premiere.
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