The Witcher 3: Hearts of Stone Console Commands for All New Items

Hearts of Stone brought a lot of brand new and extremely interesting items to The Witcher 3, but it’s really difficult to get them all, especially since most of them come from various player choice made during the gameplay. But we’re here to help you get your hand on your favorite items – or all of them if you want to – by sharing with you some The Witcher 3: Hearts of Stone cheats: the console commands for getting all the new items in the game.

All you have to do in order to get the indicated weapon or item in your game is to open up the console and enter up the commands below. We have all the The Witcher 3: Hearts of Stone console item ids below, so enjoy them and don’t forget to share this article so your friends can get them too!

In order to type the codes below in the console, you have to download the Witcher 3 mod that enables the debug mode in the game. You can get the mod here (or Google it). After installing the mod, you can open up the console in Witcher 3: Hearts of Stone by pressing the tilde key (~). Then type the codes and item ids below exactly as written, as they are case sensitive. They will reward you with the indicated item.

Viper Set Item Ids
Viper Armor: additem(‘EP1 Witcher Armor’)
Viper Gloves: additem(‘EP1 Witcher Gloves’)
Viper Pants: additem(‘EP1 Witcher Pants’)
Viper Boots: additem(‘EP1 Witcher Boots’)

Weapon Ids
Viper Venomous Silver Sword: additem(‘EP1 Viper School silver sword’)
Caretaker’s Shovel: additem(‘PC Caretaker Shovel’)
Plank: additem(‘Plank’)
Viper Steel Sword: additem(‘EP1 Viper School steel sword’)
Olgierd Sword: additem(‘Olgierd Sabre’)

All Ofir Items

Ofieri Saddlebags: additem(‘Ofir Horse Bag’)
Ofieri Saddle: additem(‘Horse Saddle 6’)
Ofieri Blinders: additem(‘Ofir Horse Blinders’)
Ofieri Pants: additem(‘Ofir Pants’)
Ofieri Armor: additem(‘Ofir Armor’)
Ofieri Boots: additem(‘Ofir Boots’)

Gwent Cards
Olgierd card: additem(‘gwint_card_olgierd’)
Schirru Card: additem(‘gwint_card_schirru’)
Cow Gwent card: additem(‘gwint_card_cow’)
Toad Card: additem(‘gwint_card_toad’)
Gaunter O’dimm: additem(‘gwint_card_mrmirror’)
Horn card: additem(‘gwint_card_horn’)

Gwent Leader Cards
Francesca: additem(‘gwint_card_francesca_platinum’)
Eredin: additem(‘gwint_card_eredin_platinum’)
Emhyr: additem(‘gwint_card_emhyr_platinum’)
Foltest: additem(‘gwint_card_foltest_platinum’)

Mask Ids

Foltest’s Mask: additem(‘q603_foltest_mask’)
A-hole Mask: additem(‘q603_radovid_mask’)
Henselt Mask: additem(‘q603_henselt_mask’)
Emhyr’s Mask: additem(‘q603_emhyr_mask’)

These are all the item ids for the new items in Witcher 3: Hearts of Stone. If you happen to find new ones, let us know by commenting below.

The Witcher 3 Is About to Get Bigger via Expansions

The Witcher 3 is getting some paid DLC that is going to be big. The two add-on packs will introduce around 30 hours of gameplay, not only with new storylines but all the elements you have in the main game, according to game director Konrad Tomaszkiewicz.

There is going to be two expansions, the first which is called Hearts of Stone, while the second is called Blood and Wine. Hearts is going to be around 10 hours of play while the second expansion, is going to be around 20 hours of play. As things progress, it could very well end up being much more than the 10 hour/20 hour play proposed according to Tomaszkiewicz.

GameReactor caught up with Tomaszkiewicz which was where it was spoken that the combined DLC would be almost the size of Witcher 2 and other things the DLC entails.

He states:
[quote]”The expansion packs will be whole new storylines with all the elements you’ve got in the main story (like cutscenes, new characters, new items, new Gwent cards) and many, many more. They will be quite long. The first expansion will be around 10 hours and the second expansion will be around 20 hours… and I think it’s possible that they will be bigger, because it’s always like this (that when we plan some time or hours, it’s twice or something like this), but I’m not promising anything right now. And even now, if you sum up this 10 to 20 hours and you compare it to The Witcher 2, it’s almost the size of The Witcher 2. And it will be cool, it will be new stories, it will be very emotional stories and I think that people will be happy.”[/quote]

How do you guys feel about this? Do you feel this is a proper ‘expansion’ or are they just using that to cover up the fact it’s DLC? I know people have a love/hate relationship with DLC!