The Witcher 3’s Yennefer and Triss Enter The Lands Between Via Mods

A screenshot of Yennefer in Elden Ring.
Credit: WretchQueen on Nexus Mods.

If you’re a fan of both Elden Ring and The Witcher 3, combining the two is now easier than ever.

This is especially the case if you’ve got a soft spot for sorceresses. A pair of the Continent’s most eminent magic users have made their way into the beautiful hellscape of the Lands Between.

That’s right, get ready to carve through bosses and double down on your spells and incantations because new mods have brought both Yennefer of Vengerberg and Triss Merigold to Elden Ring.

Yen and Triss Show Elden Ring Who’s Boss

The first of the mods in question is called “Witcher 3 Yennefer outfit” by modders Wretch Queen and Crazy Potato, who’ve brought the sorceress, bedecked in her alternative outfit added by The Witcher 3’s free DLC, into the game.

Replacing the battlemage robes and leg wraps, the outfit requires the use of Elden Ring’s UXM mod, which can only be obtained via the game’s modding discord.

However, if you’re one of those who prefers Triss to the lilac and gooseberry-smelling one, don’t fret, as “Witcher 3 Triss” by modder az3163693, allows you to play as everyone’s favourite ginger mage.

This mod replaces Elden Ring’s astrologer armour set and requires the use of another of az3163693’s mods, called “Remove player skin to wear any Armour Mod”, in addition to either UXM or Mod Engine 2.

On the other hand, if you prefer swordplay to spells, another of Wretch Queen and Crazy Potato’s works, called “Witcher 3 Ciri's outfit”, might be more up your alley, allowing you to take on the form of the Lady of Time and Space.

This one also requires UXM and replaces both the Blue Silver Mail Armour and Radahn Soldier Greaves.

Last but not least, if you’re after the White Wolf himself, the best the Elden Ring modding community can offer right now is his handsome little face, with Cybercom’s mod “Geralt from Witcher3” replacing the game’s Vagabond Knight Helm with his head, as you can see in the video below.

That mod also requires the use of UXM, so it might be an idea to grab that one if you fancy trying out all of these.

So, stick on some Slavic folk music, consider using another mod to make your experience harder or easier and make sure to follow us for more updates on the wacky worlds of Elden Ring, Skyrim, and Fallout modding.

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