#The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt“ has been enjoyed by many fans for a long time. There are a lot of things that players can do in the game, such as grinding for the best weapons and completing a massive number of quest. “The #Witcher 3” is also known for its modding community, where everyone can share their own creation of mod for the game.

Recently, a new mod was released for the "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt" called the Primal Needs Mod. The Primal Needs mod turns everything into a survival game, where players will have to eat, drink and save energy for traveling and battles.

‘The Witcher 3’ will be very challenging with the Primal Needs mod

With the Primal Needs Mod for the “Witcher 3: Wild Hunt”, Geralt will now have to rest and avoid fighting a lot of monsters.

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After installing the mod, players will notice the hunger, thirst and fatigue status in the HUD. Players will also have to take care of the foods as it can get rotten. However, players can store foods in the stash, where it wont expire.

The thirst system in the mod seems easy, thought it depletes quickly than hunger. Players will have to watch and fill the #Hunger And Thirst as it will affect Geralt's fatigue. The combat system is one of the most affected features in the mod, as he will consume a lot of fatigue while blocking, sprinting and dodging.

Geralt will not be able to run if he gets tired, which is very challenging, especially if he is being chased by enemies. Players are required to meditate in order to reduce fatigue much faster. Fast traveling also affects the needs of Geralt. Due to this, players must be very careful when selecting the area that they want to travel.

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All of his needs, such as hunger, thirst, and fatigue can be disabled for a much easier gameplay.

Other mods that fits perfectly for the Primal Needs Mod

“The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt“ has many mods that runs perfectly with the Primal Needs mod. First is the Extra Animations mod, where Geralt can perform different actions while drinking and eating.

Players will also enjoy the What's for Dinner mod, which gives Geralt different food recipes that he can make. The Friendly Meditation mod is also a helpful mod for the Primal Needs mod, as it will add a real-time meditation for a much realistic gameplay. Players can also try the Lore-Friendly Economy mod, which allows the player to fully customize the in-game economy. All of these mods wont have any conflicts with the Primal Needs mod.