Here’s a visual comparison on each armor set on The Witcher 3.
If you wanted to know if there’s a difference between the looks of the basic, enhanced, superior and mastercrafted versions of the Witcher armor sets check out the pics below.
The Witcher 3 has 4 armor sets (school gear) – the Griffin, Feline, Ursine and Wolven (DLC) armor sets. Each has 4 tiers – basic, enhanced, superior and mastercrafted.
- Griffin armor has “+Sign Intensity” as a unique stat on each armor piece.
- Feline armor has “+Attack Power” as a unique stat on each armor piece.
- Ursine armor has “+Adrenaline Point Gain” as a unique stat on each armor piece.
- Wolf armor has a mix of all unique stats:
- “+Adrenaline Point Gain” on Chest
- “+Sign Intensity” on Gauntlets
- “+Attack Power” on Boots
- “+Adrenaline Point Gain” and “+Sign Intesity” on Trousers.
Below is a screenshot of each armor set on each tier side by side one another.
Griffin Armor (Medium)
Feline Armor (Light)
Ursine Armor (Heavy)
Wolven Armor (Medium)
Mastercrafted armor needs the mastercraftsman in Crows Perch, Velen in which you need to do a quest first.
Level requirements of each armor set (basic, enhanced, superior and mastercrafted respectively)
- Griffin armor: 8, 15, 23, 31
- Feline armor: 14, 20, 26, 31
- Ursine armor: 15, 22, 27, 31
- Wolven armor: 14, 21, 29, 34