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Player Recreates Witcher 3 Characters, Geralt and Ciri in Fallout 4

Video game crossovers are something we’d all love to see more often, but unfortunately they are quite rare, especially between games from different publishers. The new Soul Caliber game from Capcom is a unique exception which features Geralt from Witcher 3, Noctis from Final Fantasy XV and a host of other characters, none of them owned by the publisher.

Fallout 4 on the other hand provides the community a similar opportunity. Aside from the few hundred thousand mods, it’s popular for it’s detailed character creation tool. Although even Skyrim and other Bethesda games have pretty amazing CC kits, they are all in the form of mods, courtesy of the Nexus community. Fallout 4 on the other hand has a rather neat character creation set by default.

Witcher 3 Characters, Geralt and Ciri in Fallout 4

A different kind of crossover has been going on in Fallout 4 ever since the game came out. Players have been using famous personalities as inspiration for their characters. Till now, we’ve seen John Wick, Walter White, Seth Rollins and even Hitler (yes, the German one). Now someone has recreated characters from CD Projekt Red’s Witcher 3 in Fallout 4, and rather good looking ones at that.

Nexus user navy5465, has created Geralt and Ciri from the Witcher 3 in  Fallout 4, probably using the race-menu mod as these look way too complex for the vanilla customizer. In addition to these, he has got a bunch of other steamy character presets that you may want to check out. In case, you are wondering, yes he is probably using a bunch of high resolution texture mods.

Witcher 3 Characters, Geralt and Ciri in Fallout 4

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