From the same developer that brought us The Witcher, comes a unique type of collectible card game. Instead of focusing solely on luck and praying to the lords of Random Number Generation (RNG), Gwent allows for skillful players to craft insanely powerful decks and take on opponents without taking a hit should they fail to throw a coin or two into the fountain.
Gwent has been available on GOG and Xbox for some time but now it's also listed on the Windows Store as a Play Anywhere game.
You'll need to be rocking Windows 10 Anniversary Edition update and an up-to-date Xbox One console, but this is a neat experience that allows you to pick up where you left off on either platform. It's also worth mentioning that the game is still a preview, so there will be a few issues and omitted features to play alongside. Gwent is free to play (with in-app purchases).
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