The Witcher 3 Quests

The quests in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt are more than just tasks to perform. They will advance the plot, allow you to get to know the various characters, lead you on towards terrible secrets and spearhead your journey across the Northern Realms. In the previous games, the decisions you made affected the course of the story, and this is true in the Witcher 3 as well. You’ll be able to finish some of the quests in more ways than one, and the approach you take may put certain things in motion, beyond what you expect.

Bellow is our Witcher 3 Quests Database that lists all the Main Quests, Side Quests, Witcher Contracts and Treasure Hunt Quests that we were able to find in the game. Each entry takes you to a special quest walkthrough page that contains image walkthroughs for quests and all the choices and rewards you can get.
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Quest Name ▼Level ▼Zone ▼Type ▼
Shrieker0VelenWitcher Contract
Jenny O' The Woods0VelenWitcher Contract
Woodland Beast0VelenWitcher Contract
The Apiarian Phantom0NovigradWitcher Contract
Dragon0SkelligeWitcher Contract
The White Lady0Witcher Contract
Here Comes the Groom0SkelligeWitcher Contract
Missing Son0SkelligeWitcher Contract
The Oxenfurt Drunk0OxenfurtWitcher Contract
Missing Brother0VelenWitcher Contract
Mysterious Tracks0VelenWitcher Contract
The Mystery of the Byways Murders0VelenWitcher Contract
Patrol Gone Missing0VelenWitcher Contract
Swamp Thing0VelenWitcher Contract
Spoontaneous Profits!42ToussaintTreasure Hunt
An Unfortunate Turn of Events0VelenTreasure Hunt
Battlefield loot0Treasure Hunt
Temerian Valuables4White OrchardTreasure Hunt
Dirty Funds4White OrchardTreasure Hunt
Out of the Frying Pan, Into the Fire0VelenTreasure Hunt
Hidden From the World0VelenTreasure Hunt
Blood Gold0VelenTreasure Hunt
Lost Goods0VelenTreasure Hunt
Scavenger Hunt: Viper School Gear6White OrchardTreasure Hunt
Deserter Gold4White OrchardTreasure Hunt
Tough Luck0VelenTreasure Hunt
The Things Men Do For Coin...0VelenTreasure Hunt




  1. The quest level finding feature does not apply to NG+ levels. Are the any adjustments you can make to acquire those numbers, IE- a separate level range counter specifically for NG+? One of the biggest problems I had with my 1st playthrough was not discovering all the secondary quests while they were still within a useful range to my Geralt. Anything 5-6 levels below my current level were practically useless when I did find them, as they then fell into the “gray” category. IOW- the only awarded me 2-5 XP.

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