What you need to know
- Gwent is a popular free-to-play card game on a number of platforms.
- It's not as popular as it is on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
- CD Projekt RED has decided to discontinue the game on consoles.
- You can still move your purchases for the most part to other platforms.
Gwent is a free-to-play card game popularized by The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. It launched on Xbox One a few years ago and has since made it way to many other devices. Unfortunately, the game isn't as popular on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 as it once was and CD Projekt RED has decided to discontinue support for the title. The company said the following on the game's website.
It's a shame that the game won't be playable on Xbox One soon. Be sure to transfer your account because you may lose everything if you forget. What do you think of this news? Let us know.
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*Pretends to be shocked in Polish*
Weird game. I liked it originally. Then they made massive changes to it. I tried to get into it without reverting to YouTube or a manual. Couldn’t work it out. How this got through usability testing I have no idea. The graphics were beautiful but they so totally lost their way. Bad decisions somewhere
I wanted so bad to like this game, but never played it outside the BETA.
That's a bummer. I actually enjoyed playing late at night in my comfy couch in the TV room. I was very impressed that the Xbox One version was identical to the PC version. Too bad you couldn't use the same account though.
I guess you could say the game just Gwent away.
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