We show you how to activate the costumes in the game and how the various clothes and the sorceresses look. In addition to the two normal The Witcher 3 Outfits for Triss and Yennefer, you can activate through the free DLCs two more, somewhat more liberal alternatives. To fight rather disadvantageous, they provide you a lot of sugar for the eyes. We provide you the Costumes with screenshots and show how you can turn it on or off.
In your Standard outfit Triss Merigold is always ready for battle. With her classic hairstyle from the predecessors it Geralt is ready to fight to the side. The free DLC brings Triss an elfish seeming dress with extremely low neckline, numerous ornaments and also there is a new hairstyle. To fight while completely unsuitable, a certain show value can not be denied. Triss carries for the duration of the mission an evening dress. However, this can not even activate their out of the quest. Yennefer of Vengerberg is a fan of the color black and reflects this in their outfits.
In your normal costume pictured left to Yen shows combative with collar and fur. In your alternative outfit decorated with Volgelfedern showing more leg and is also with strapless bodice go. The Witcher 3 outfits: alternative costumes for Triss and Yennefer with screenshots.Home Discussions Workshop Market Broadcasts. Change language. Install Steam.
Store Page. Global Achievements. Curious to as what people think about the dlc alternative outfits for Yennefer, Triss, and Ciri I personally dislike Yennefers alternate outfit entirely, Triss' hair is nicer however her new clothing is meh, it looks really nice graphic wise but doesn't suit her personality.
I really like Ciri's new outfit though, doesn't fit for a girl running from the wild Hunt however. After that I wondered why she didn't get something a bit nicer and more tidy. Showing 1 - 15 of 21 comments. Old on all accounts. Ciri's is the only one that isn't inappropriate, although even her regular outfit, is there some reason why she can't quite keep those middle buttons buttoned??
But the Yen and Triss ones are strictly there to be silly, for teens to drool over but they're hardly in keeping with the atmosphere set by the story in the game. Perfect for the bedroom, not for a battlefield. Yen and Triss: old Ciri: new because she looks more grown up in it. In her white blouse she looks like a 12 year old. It looks odd however when she is still wearing the original outfit in cutscenes, like she quickly changes back to her old clothes.
Nyanko73 View Profile View Posts. Old for the three of them. It suits more their personalities or purpose in the game.This expansion allows you to change the looks of Geralt.
Thanks to it, you can go to barber and change the hair and beard style. The expansion adds 4 new hairstyles and 4 beard types, while in the basic version you could only cut the latter. To use the DLC, all you need to do is visit any barber after installing the expansion. This DLC allows you to change Yennefer's look. The look will change permanently, also for the older game saves. This modification will change the dress to perfectly black, with no white parts, and with slightly different fashion.
By installing this expansion you will change Triss' look. Instead of her regular outfit, she will now wear a dress in dark green color with white parts. A small chain will appear on her forehead as well. This expansion will change Ciri's look for the entire game. Instead of a simple, peasant outfit, she will receive a witcher outfit as her new default one.
It's a small set of finishers, the attacks that end the battle. In addition to the previously available head cuts or pushing the sword into the stomach, new animations are added, such as cutting the legs near the ankles. You should definitely install this set, as, in difference to many other DLCs, it doesn't replace the previous animations, but only adds new ones. The finishers are activated after killing the enemy, in random way. Despite that, you should quickly notice the new ones.
The name can be deceiving. It's not a completely new, independent card set, which you could use during the Gwent games. It's only a set of new skins for the cards. They look more interesting than the previous version of the images, but this expansion doesn't add anything else.
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Alternate outfit DLC's not working in Blood & Wine
They revert to their default outfits. I never wanted to use the DLC's and the one time I do, it doesn't work. I thought "it's been months, Triss should probably be wearing something new Arn1 Rookie 2 Aug 18, It was design decision and not a bug. Good one bro. Arn1 said:.
Do you have any proof of that? Sorry if I don't just take your word for it. Arn1 Rookie 6 Aug 19, I guess he was just joking. This is just another of the many "basic" things the dev team didn't put in the expansion, let's pray this final patch that's coming along with the GOTY fix this and many other bugs.
Last edited: Aug 19, InvisibleArrow Rookie 9 Aug 19, In my game, the alternate outfit for Ciri worked in the BaW ending.
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Pre Order. Add to Wishlist. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter. Yennefer is a sorceress who lived in the capital city of Aedirn - Vengerberg. Famous for her beauty, with locks of curly, raven black hair, pale face, violet eyes and slightly long nose.
She wears a black velvet choker with a star-shaped jewel sparkling with diamonds.
Her beauty and sexy outfit are crafted with a perfect accuracy and attention to details. Sculpted in approximately 20 inches tall, standing on the base inspired by the Witcher world featuring the megascope — a device used for magical operations like communication or teleportation, old books, potions that gives a nice vibe of sorceress surroundings.
The Deluxe Version includes the additional Uma statue that can be attached to the base.
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All rights reserved. The Witcher game is based on the prose of Andrzej Sapkowski.The Netflix Witcher series is quite the surprise success huh? We personally loved it, and also kind of adore how much the team emphasized diversity in the cast.
Granted, The Witcher game has different races and a few human body types, but the overall diversity is still pretty low. And, while we're talking about how different some characters look in the show, why don't we take a break from talking about hypothetical builds to gab about the Alternative DLC looks for the cast in the game?
Now we did add in Geralt's DLC armor sets, mostly because if we just talked about the three heroine alternative looks, this article would be a tad short. So without further ado, here are all 7 cosmetic sets, ranked from worst to best. And unfortunately, we're starting off with the DLC look for Triss, a character many people didn't recognize in the Netflix adaptation.
Now by default, Triss has a pretty rad outfit. It's practical, slimming, and a bit fanservice-ish but most female armor in Witcher is. The only complaint we'd have is the odd muddy brown color. But her DLC outfit is anything but practical.Yennefer: Original & Alternative Look DLC. Geralt Meets Yen (Witcher 3)
It's elegant sure, but this is a Sorceress who is constantly in combat and on the move, so a dress that drags behind her just doesn't make sense. Plus, both outfits decided to ignore the lore of Triss's scarred chest from the Battle of Sodden in favor of show more of her "assets" for the gaming community. Default outfit is the way to go or, we recommend any number of mods that make her DLC garb a bit more utilitarian. This is the first of four free DLC armor sets for Geralt that were dropped pretty quickly after the initial release in All of them are regional armor sets for the Witcher that can drop at different levels depending on the gear.
Honestly, they all look pretty good, much better than any of the early gear that's for sure. But, out of the four, Nilfgaard is the worst, or should we say the most boring. It's very much a Yennefer look, but the New Moon armor covers that more than this set does, with way better secondary effects. Maybe if it had the little shields, circular bobbles, or wings that Nilfgaardian gear tends to have, we'd latch onto it a bit harder. Ciri's default "armor" is simple but pretty iconic, so CD Projekt Red had their hands full figuring out what to do for an Alternative Look.
And what they come up with is actually pretty great!