GWENT: The Witcher Card Game has gotten a surprise release on Steam following almost two years of exclusivity on GOG. The free-to-play collectible card game is also developed by CD Projekt RED.
The Witcher 3 spin-off collectible card game Gwent will be coming to mobile devices, CD Projekt RED confirmed today. Android version has no release window yet, but the iOS version is coming this year.
The first expansion pack to the GWENT card game is set to arrive later this month. Called Crimson Curse, it will bring in 100 new cards and have Dettlaff van der Eretein as a central character.
Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales is now available for pre-order via GOG. But, there aren't any pre-order bonuses, as CD Projekt Red doesn't want to lure players in "with ‘exclusive item' bullshit."
CD Projekt RED's collectible card game Gwent is finally coming out of beta in October on PC. The single-player RPG, Thronebreaker, that went standalone will also release alongside it.
The Thronebreaker single-player campaign of CD Projekt RED's free-to-play card game, Gwent, has been delayed to 2018. The developer says that the delay is due to increasing the campaign's scope.
Polish developer CD Projekt RED will be holding a livestream on Monday, October 30, to discuss upcoming changes to its free-to-play card game Gwent, and take questions from the community.
To celebrate a decade since the release of the first Witcher title, CD Project RED is holding a sale on its GOG platform, with discounts ranging from 50 to 85% on the entire game series.
CD Projekt RED-developed collectible card game, Gwent, has received a new trailer showcasing its upcoming single-player campaign, Thronebreaker. The campaign is set for launch later this year.
CD Projekt Red will be hosting a Gwent tournament at gamescom this year, with an impressive prize pool of $25,000. With eight players competing, the two-day tournament is set to begin on August 25.
Gwent's closed beta is coming to an end next week, CD Project RED has announced, with a public beta kicking off on May 22 for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. All closed beta progress will be wiped.
CD Projekt Red has apparently decided to spin off Gwent as a standalone digital card game. Closed beta for the game will begin on Xbox One and Windows 10 starting this September.