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. You can transfer your items to other platforms.
CD Projekt Red's new game, Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales, is a singleplayer RPG adaptation of the company's critically successful multiplayer card game Gwent. Surprisingly, the game is one of the best RPGs of this year. Here's our full review.
Today, Gwent received a new game mode called Gwent Arena. Gwent Arena enables players to build decks with no restrictions on rarity or duplications. There is a new challenger in town, so you have to use everything at your disposal to defeat him.
Yesterday, the developer unveiled a new game mode called Gwent Arena which enables players to build decks with no restrictions on rarity or duplications. There is a new challenger in town, so you have to use everything at your disposal.
Today CD Projekt RED, the developer behind The Witcher franchise, released the Midwinter Update for Gwent. Gwent gives you and your opponent a set of cards which simulate battles. You must use certain warriors at the right time to win.
Gwent is the popular standalone card collectible game developed and published by CD Projekt RED. Based on the mini-game of the same name in main The Witcher game, Gwent is now available as a Play Anywhere title on the Windows Store.
Gwent is all about collecting cards, milling unwanted cards into scraps, and crafting new cards to add to your decks. Let's take a look at how it all works so that you can build the best deck possible!
CD Projekt Red has decided to delay the closed beta test for Gwent: The Witcher Card Game. The collectible card game spin-off from The Witcher 3 was supposed to start its closed beta in September but it has now been pushed back to October 25.
At E3 2016, I met up with CD Projekt RED to give their latest project a try. Gwent: The Witcher Card game is a spin off of the wildly popular mini game of the same name from The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. In true CD Projekt RED fashion, Gwent is far more than your average trading card game. Join us for some hands on impressions!