This mod adds one of the most powerful weapons from The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim to Witcher 3, purchasable at three different shops.
Mods are a great deal of fun for gamers who have already experienced everything a game has to offer, especially in open-world titles. This is also true of Skyrim and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, both of which players can spend hundreds of hours exploring, battling, and questing in. Both of these games came out several years ago, but still see players pouring hours upon hours completing every single quest. But for those who are looking to spice up their gameplay experiences, mods can add tons of excitement to The Witcher 3.
Not only have The Witcher 3 and Skyrim been compared for ages for being massive fantasy open-worlds, but gamers have also been blending the two universes with mods ever since The Witcher‘s release. One mod that enhances its gameplay experience in milckywayy’s addition of the Daedric Greatsword from The Elder Scrolls’ universe of Nirn.
This insane demonic sword is mostly used by Dremora, a race of Daedra, and is therefore one of the most powerful and rarest weapons in the game. The item can’t be found until the player reaches level 27 in Skyrim, and a particularly higher Smithing skill level of 90, along with the Daedric Smithing perk, is needed to forge them from scratch. The Daedric Greatsword can deal some crazy damage, looks insanely cool, and its dark aesthetic blends well with the fantasy universe of The Continent in Witcher 3.
But now Witcher 3 players can get in on the action with this new mod, which adds the Greatsword to the game by downloading user milckywayy’s mod via Nexus Mods, making it purchasable in three different shops: Hattori’s home in Novigrad, the Ofieri merchant Dulla kh’Amanni at Upper Mill, and the grandmaster smith Lazare Lafargue in Toussaint. The sword’s damage scales to the player’s level when buying and is compatible with Witcher 3‘s New Game+.
Modder milckywayy has also remade the ever-classic Diamond Sword from Minecraft in The Witcher 3, also available for purchase at Hattori’s home, which looks pretty hilarious swinging around against The Witcher 3‘s realistic graphics. It also does quite a bit more damage than the Daedric Greatsword, but nevertheless, both mods are exceptional additions to the beloved game.