NOTE: These Let's Play episodes were pre-recorded months ago. I wanted to have at least 100 hours of game play recorded before I started uploading episodes to YouTube. Most of this was recorded in 10 to 12 hour long single sitting game sessions. I've cut the 10 hour game play sessions into 1 hour segments, so there are no intros or outros on most of these episodes. There is about 500 hours of gameplay in this series, meaning it'll have about 500 episodes of about an hour each.
This gameplay includes a completionist run of The Witcher 3 - Wild Hunt and both DLC expansions Hearts of Stone and Blood & Wine; as well as using all 24 official CD Projekt Red item dlcs.
The colour-blind settings are activated for this game, if you are wondering why Witcher senses are yellow/blue instead of red/orange - I was having too much trouble playing with the original colours.
For the first 74 hours of game play the game is vanilla/unmodded.
Starting at Ep. 74 I started adding mods.
Starting with Episode 110, I started using majorly game changing mods, including to turn Roach into a glow in the dark, purple unicorn.
Starting at Lv 16 I started converting Geralt into Quaraun, including to change Witcher senses and signs to pink, turned his silver swords into chrome swords, put tin foil hats on chickens, increased his powers with several "cheat mods" and basically turned Gerault the Human Witcher into Quaraun the Elf Wizard.
Starting at Lv 35, I dyed Geralt's armour pink and turned him into Quaraun the Insane Pink Necromancer.
Here is the version of the game I am playing, if you want to play it:
(I am playing it on "Ultra" settings at "Story Mode"; I plan to replay this later on Death March with even more mods.)
Roach reskin to purple unicorn:
Pink Witcher senses:
Chromed Silver Swords:
Tin foil chicken hats:
Wizard Build Mutagens:
YouTube Safe "Family Friendly" texture patch:
Books From Witcher 1 & 2 Added To 3:
The Daily Monster Hunt Challenge:
Motherboard: Asus Z170
Processor: i7-7000 @4.20GHz
RAM: 16 GB
Graphics Card: NVirdia 1070 GTX
Capture Card: AVerMedia Live Gamer HD